BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... full dams while Nevada's are at 30% capacity.Now we are in California with its head in the sand about this chronic drought
Driving into Las Vegas last week, the engine light came on, so we went off to the garage. The fuel pump needed replacing and then the tank ...
... We had some dead time to deal with between finishing with the Lavender Festival and when we had to get dressed for the wedding so we thought that lunch might be a very good idea.
Marc suggested a place called Margie's Diner which was very close to the hotel. They had a nice veggie burger and I enjoyed it very much, but what was remarkable about the restaurant, and not in a good way, really, was the huge size of the portions. The waitress told us ...
... was absent, a great pier, water teeming with fish and pelicans diving to catch them and most of all a beach with great breakers and lifeguards.
We had some food and a leisurely stroll down the pier with nature photography by Tom- some cracking photos/ video.
Then the swim of a lifetime. As ever Ruth and James in first and by the time Tom joined them James was bleeding from grazes (good shark decoy) and Ruth ...
... dusty. The traffic is heavy and the towns close together and congested. With the mountains snowy, the valley dusty, and the parks still closed by the US Government shut-down, we needed a new focus. Fortunately, in the US, there is always a new focus!
Thanks to our usual lucky lack of planning, we found ourselves at a crossroads with the road known as California 49. This narrow, winding track runs through the foot hills of the ...
... for a little while, where we passed through Old Spanish mission towns and an abundance of wineries. We were also within 30 mile of James Deans crash site. But on a brighter note we were also in a very renowned (apparently) Pinot Noir region. Mmm yummy! It was becoming hot and thirsty work driving in the Californian sun with the roof down, that when we came across one of the mission towns we pulled off the highway and drove down the main street. It felt like we ...