The Darling House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had all the classics; Big dipper, spin ball, log flume, pirate ship, the waltzes. There were the classic stalls with impossible prizes to be won, many tried and failed. We couldn't resist a go. We went on the Ferris wheel, giving us a fantastic view across the park before riding the log flume to get a soaking. After getting quite a splash we dried off on the waltzes, through the pod spinning wildly. After a fun day at the park we headed back to ...
... for us for the tour and he was - although he had the wrong name, we knew it was us.
We said our goodbyes to Mary and George and got on the mini van where there was another Aussie couple on board as well as a couple from Chicago. Next stop we picked up a French lady and her son and after that, another couple from the UK - all up 10 in the mini van.
Our driver and guide was Mike, from Best ...
... more than the straight roads of the city.
There were many things to See, including a beach of elephant seals which was really cool, the wildlife out here is hugely different to home, Flocks of Pelicans flying overhead and eagles soaring. It really did live up to expectations. One thing i thought was Big Sur seems a bit over hyped, compared to the rest of the road, although i imagine its great hiking, i passed through before ...
... I tipped my tour guide, cooked breakfast and headed down the mountain to the repair shop. I walked and waited and with my truck fixed, I was ready to get on the road and just start driving somewhere. Conveniently, the Santa Cruz Farmers Market goes year round in their downtown location so I picked up a bunch of fresh food for the next week all for pretty cheap. Off to Menlo to visit an old friend I had met in Colorado. Yay for this endless ...
... in a way he didn't like he'd use his tail like a sculling oar and adjust his position. Pretty amazing. the title refers to my Mom's Dad. He was a great swimmer and loved the water. In later years he put on a few pounds and whether or not that helped, he could actually fall asleep doing the back float!
The next day Patti returned to the boat with her sis, Ruth Ann, and Ruth Ann’s neighbor, Genny. Ruth Ann’s ...