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Like all KOAs, you pay more. We were disappointed that "free wi-fi" meant free trial.
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... Our guide was called Damien and he was actually from London and studied history so he knew a lot about each place we stopped. Along the way we visited buildings which used to be hotels where the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill and JFK had stayed. He also took us to the square where the first town square of Los Angeles is which had around it some of the ...
From Santa Cruz I headed south along Hwy 1 which runs as close to the Pacific as you can get. It was another great scenic drive. I stopped in a state park just off the highway and got the very last tent site under the big bridge above. Several other ocean state camp sites were full. The Pacific clearly attracts the crowds. I intended to drive all the way to the KOA in San Luis Obispo a further 80 miles south but got lucky. My ...
... greeted by the noise of a sound check of Christian Music filling the city streets. The Christian group, called ‘The Call’ (a Charismatic Evangelical Pentecostal group- if that means anything to you), had hired out the whole of the main strip of land which ran down the main street of the city and Political Head quarters for California. How much it cost I don’t know but it was beyond incredible. Imagine a whole city centre cordoned off and filled with big screens ...
... reason was dropped and broken glass but the carpet looked a bit worse for wear.
Anyway, we were on the road by 9am. Met a couple from the UK who were on the way to Vegas and recommended a hotel in Santa Barbara which was good. We’d changed ‘British – Jill’ for ‘American – Lee’ on the GPS but he drove us mad after half hour so we swapped back to Jill. She informed us it was 91 miles as the crow flies and 287 by road, great. 5 ...
... showered we went on a short hike to the General Sherman tree and through a grove of giant Sequoias. It had rained the day before and it was pretty clear and sunny that day but in the forest it was kind of foggy which made it look really cool. Everywhere you looked there were beams of light coming through the trees. Silas really liked this effect and was taking pictures non-stop. It was a good thing that Silas had suggested we get our campsite early because when we got back to ...