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... me more about his life and then gave me a little gas money. After, I had met up with a few people that worked at the locations I had applied but since I didn't feel like anything felt right, I decided that I would leave the next day for my next destination since it was discouraged by local law enforcement to stay on pullouts for camping purposes when not needed. Before leaving the next day I decided to go for a walk and pray a little bit. ...
... 8220;We need life jackets for nine. We have six. Where am I gonna get three more? Oh yeah Bob and Dee Dee. No that won’t work they’re walking around town somewhere. How are we gonna fit nine people on the boat?” Then he takes a look out at the water and the white caps are multitudinous. The waves are big. The flags on the pier are flapping like mad. My oh my.
To make our short story not so long, ...
... breakfast at a gas station (probably not the wisest idea but whatever) and then heading back to San Francisco where had to drop off Alex and Tobi, leaving just me and Felicity to complete the last part of the trip.... From 7 down to 2! The last section was Redwood National Park. Again went up Highway 1 but the drive was pretty long (about another 8 hours), only stopping for coffee and toilet breaks. Picked up a couple of fairly trampy hitchers along the way but they were ...
... along the lines of corn on the cob (Mieke's favourite), some sausages, a little bacon, red peppers, chicken wings (damn you buffalo hot & spicy wings) and marshmallows of course. Always tricky to put together over the fire pit be we managed throughout our trip without any food poisoning at all :-)
The next day we set off to continue our journey to San Francisco, a quick drive on the 101 ...
... day we went back into Carmel and the beach then went on the 17 mile drive which takes you to the famous Pebble Beach Golf course and also round some fantastic coastal areas. Then it was onto Monterey where we visited Cannery row, Though now just a tourist centre, you could get the sense of what it would have been like at its peak as depicted by John Steinbeck. After coffee we departed for the next leg .... San Francisco. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking