Vision Quest Safari Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... 30am then, and the masses had arrived. But it was just early enough that most people hadn't made it that far up the loop yet, so it wasn't too bad.
Another cool thing happened: on the way back down the loop, I passed a group of young people, like early 20s. One of the girls was holding a small snake, which she told me was a garter snake. ...
... giant pacific octopus and the weird and wonderful creatures in the rocky shore exhibit.
Next we joined a jellies tour - an insightful front of and behind the scenes look at jellies, their physiology, lives and how the Aquarium rears and displays them. We went behind the scenes to see how the jellies are reared and how they are sustained in the big jelly tanks. The tour even finished with a feel of some of the specimens being reared!
After a brief respite ...
... featuring BBQ-Cajun, not an actual genre of food, so the menu was a bit bimodal. These two came together nicely in the BBQ ribs, spiced with a cajuny dry rub, then dabbed with wet BBQ sauce. We ordered a ridiculous amount of food, expecting leftovers. Then ate it all.
- BBQ-Cajun, ...
... up to route one and it's not very busy and has a shoulder (not exactly a bike lane) to ride on but soon the hills start. Their not too steep just long and lots of them, started to get hot though so behind a bush to change into shorts & put on sunblock. Wonderful views all along making us stop a lot for photos, it's really weird when in places the mist rolls in off the ocean even needing the back lights on at one point. Then heaven, a long ...
We got up early and showered, had breakfast, packed and checked out of our hotel before 9am. Gav then walked to pick up our rental car, a Mustang Convertible...what a cool car!
We jammed our suitcases into the boot and away we went. Suz did well navigating out of foggy San Francisco and onto California Highway 1 heading south. Couldn't see much along the way to start off with due to the fog but by the time we had driven for about half an hour, the weather ...