Green Lantern Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... we realized how unreasonable it would be for us to not go in just because of $10 split 5 ways so we re-grouped and decided to enter. As soon as we started on the 17 mile drive (which is supposedly one of the more scenic roads in California (it better be since you have to pay to go on it)) we all felt like peasants. I even mistakenly read one of the signs near the golf course labeled “pedestrian pathway” as “peasant ...
... so it was a real gamble to head the 4 hrs flight across this vast and desolate land to find our peace and sanctuary.
Once again we were on a Jetstar flight with budget being the operative word, so no inflight entertainment, no food (free anyway), no leg room (what's that?). Landing into Perth we collected our luggage and headed straight in a cab to our hotel. We stayed at Albany Hotel which was quite nice, not too fancy, and certainly not too shabby. We hadn't been in ...
... the water but harrumph themselves around on the beach. They lie on top of each other and pick on each other. They are funny to watch. Like any community some just mind their own business and others throw their weight around. Universally smelly and make great noises.
Driving back we saw people pulled over- there in the field was zebras. Apparently a leftover from the zoo at Hearst Castle.
Shocking dinner and bed.
... day with breakfast suggestions when we rang down for food for four mornings and then got the order 100% correct on each occasion - this is a real rarity unless your order is simple which mine never is. Also the head honcho at the front entrance was great and I found myself wondering how many years he had waited to get that job. I suppose I could have asked him but I favoured wondering. And the Pacific food in Tonga already mentioned was so good. ...
... bonus it was happy hour all day. After having truly gorged ourselves on a few appetizers and a butterfish each we capped it off by splitting the massive & tasty Hula pie.
We ended the night at the Mucky Duck followed by a few other local establishments where we met a variety of colorful characters (or maybe we were the characters....I can't be sure)
Side note: Chris' 'beard' is officially out of control.