The Inn on Knowles Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... there was the Steve Miller Band playing nearby. By 9pm we were all tired and thinking we'd be spending the night in the car when we got a room in Sonora. The others are all snoring and I'm wide awake. I'm frustrated bout my emails and wondering if I've been spammed. Missing family and being able to just ring when I ...
... wanted to be on.
That day I ate lunch at the spot where 1,000 shown with rocks lined up in the sand. I cracked open the 2 remaining beers got tipsy and celebrated with myself. It was a big deal to me, a big milestone. I stared singing and dancing after lunch
" well I just walked 500 miles, and I just walked 500 more. Just to be the man to walk 1,000 miles but now it's time to walk some more, dadada, dadada"
... couple Jim and Myra. We spent a great couple of hours chatting about bikes and family and life and all the rest of it. We finished the last kilometre of the walk home in fine spirits. Unfortunately, Jim and Myra had a long ride home to Bakersfield, a place long famous to fans of Aerosmith.
The coast north was touristy and touristy expensive, but a stop in the substantial city of San Luis Obispo provided another fine dinner and left us vowing to ...
... 5 pm. The town had many nice restaurants and had more to it than I expected. The pool at the hotel was actually nice; not like the one at the Timbers which we could not even see through. We ended up eating at a very nice Italian restaurant that fortunately stayed open on the fourth.
We grabbed a redbox movie and wrapped up the ...
... another hour...and we weren't about to wait that long...so...back on the road.
Another landmark that I wanted to make sure we saw was the St. James Episcopal Church, also known as the "Red Church" because it is painted all red...which was quite peculiar. We saw this at the end of old town Sonora on our way to Columbia and snapped a couple pictures. ...