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Not the best sleep to be honest. Dad was snoring like a freight train all night, had to put the tele on to try and drown him out but got interested in watching Married with Children so got even less sleep!! Finally dozed off around 5am and my alarm went of at 7am :( Maccy's breakfast today - yay!!! It was lush and thr was a really cut inquisitive little boy in there who was asking what everything was and how it was made, too cute!! On ...
... burgers but refuses to put either ketchup (aka tomato sauce for my fellow Aussies) or vodka on the menu. The decor is also very tongue in cheek with some irreverent burger pics and unusual taxidermy subject matter. Now, I'm not a beer drinker but I was assured by a number of regular patrons that even though this place does more than 20 beers on tap, not one of them should be removed! Oh, and there's another hidden gem ...
... tailgating and eating breakfast, a man who parked beside us asked us if the truck was our home! Ha! Kind of surprised both of us, but that is how a lot of people roll here so I guess it wasn't unusual for him to see people living out of their vehicle. We just kind of laughed and told him about our road trip.
It was really chilly in the morning so we were thinking about leaving the dogs in the truck and going out on the ...
Woke on Sunday with serious hangovers! Checked out of the room, packed up the car and headed for food. Probably wasn't safe to drive quite yet!! Once we felt a bit more alive, it was back on the road. Having initially underestimated the time it would take to get to San Diego, and the traffic, we finally arrived at 1900 hours over 7 hours journey, with stops! It was dark by this time but we could still appreciate the beauty of the hotel. We checked ...
... both sleeping on the way. The drive home was equally as long with traffic jams at nearly midnight and the police stopping the whole highway for 30 minutes.
We checked in our hotel and got to sleep about 2am - apart from Jack who was asleep in the car from 5 past ten :)
We got up the next day, and headed to Denny's for a big fat breakfast with Milkshakes and Maple Syrup Pancakes. We are all now fat gannets!!!
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