Blue Lagoon Inn
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its got dirty carpets, thin walls, strange bath and a off location. But it is what it is - cheap.
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The overnight rain returned for our journey to Monterey and it felt like an age before we finally made it out of the Santa Cruz city limits. It was a little convoluted but in general getting out of US cities is a lot easier than our experiences in Europe. We stopped off at a bike shop to pick up a couple of items and before we'd put down the bikes one of the staff had spotted ...
... The sample size is about a quarter of a pint. We discovered a new abbreviation. IBU. This basically is the measure of how bitter they are. The higher the number the more of an aftertaste your going to get. After a sampling you can then pick a favourite and have a pint. Not me. Sample such fun I just asked for the same five again in sample size. A little tipsy and very hungry we went to the Vietnamese restaurant next to the motel. Great food and great ...
... in 1900 to protect the redwoods from logging and in 1902 became the first California State Park. The incredible prescience of the club founders has highlighted by a quote I'll paraphrase from the time of the founding:
"At some point in the not-distant future a continuous city will run from San Francisco to San Jose. How can we not preserve this land right at the foothills of that ...
... the day was the best part of the coastal drive. We had some gorgeous views of the coast, especially along Big Sur. My favorite part was when we stopped and saw a ton of elephant seals and then stopped an hour later and saw a bunch of whales swimming and spurting out water. Now we're heading to Yosemite and we're going to stop to camp somewhere along the way. 'Twas a beautiful ...
... that Mom called her before I move to CA, and told her to convince me to stay near her. Mom was worried
about me living by myself in Santa Barbara, so Tricky exaggerated the retirement community of SB, and didn’t mention that it was also a hip, university town, full of young people. Luckily, Los Angeles is full of everything, so I never felt cheated by Mom’s manipulation from afar.