Torrey Pines Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in Torrey we enjoyed a swim in the pool and jacuzzi- we know how to choose the right hotel!- before dining in real style at Cafe Diablo which was a recommendation Monica had researched. It really pays to choose the right travelling companion! We chose a selection of appetisers to share. All very original and delicious. We were sat with sight of the setting sun so enjoyed the night sky lit up in its glory.
We both keep pinching ourselves to make sure that this is all happening ...
... on to Capitol Reef. It is called this because one of the domes is completely white and looks like the Capitol Building and Reef because it is a long uplifted monocline of rock, now eroded, that was originally under sea. Unfortunately because of a combination of rain and low cloud and high altitude, up to 9,600 ft, we weren't able to see from any of the lookouts so we missed the amazing views of the waterpocket fold and of the area as a whole. We have seen some very ...
... through to pick up the Burr trail. Tom still not talking at this stage. To add to the stress the sign for the ferry was showing open ahhhhhh.....
It was now very late afternoon/ evening it is still very hot. We stop at Hanksville to consider our options. Bryce Canyon is not one of them unless we want to ride at night so I try to cancel the booking. Utah for some reason does not like iPhones no signal so we had ...
... encountering them in Junction. Our daily routine after arriving at our destination for the day would be checking in, unhitching the bob trailer, unloading our bikes, resting before actually having a shower, or sometimes we would eat before showering. That day it actually included loading the bikes onto the bike rack. The bikes went onto the rack before we even checked in. Lee and Monica seemed thrilled that it was over! I had ...
... back throught town paralleling this great fold in the earth. Passed the Twin Rocks and then The Castle before getting to the Visitor Centre at the Capitol Reef NP, and from there headed the short distance to the Grifford Farmhouse where we bought a couple of the famous and great fruit pies, along with a couple of cookbooks (for Viv) and a guidebook on travelling the West, The Prairie Traveler, first published in 1859 (for Ron). Amongst the ...