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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cheap that I couldn't resist!
There wasn't actually that much in the way of food, mainly clothes and home wear, so we just got the necessities to keep us going.
The next day we headed for Trestles, a famous surf sport that Dan wanted to check out, which was just south of San Clemente. The beach was pretty nice and there was a bit of surf but nothing big. We sat there and watched the surfers for about an hour and I was trying to watch ...
... The place is busier than yesterday and it's only going to keep filling up. Hopefully no issues this year like last!
I head down to the pier and grab a spot in the stands to catch the quarter finals of the Womens event. This is #6 on the tour and it's a close race in the championship so far. With heat 1 over, heat 2 is up and Tyler Wright is in the water. I met Tyler last year so it would be good to se her win her heat!
She kills it! Best sets ...
... pesto coated chicken, sweet potato, avo etc, it was so yummy! Our best camp meal yet. Steph and Bree got a fire going so we sat and had Oreo S'mores and played mind games around the fire. We are enjoying the cool nights and hot days. In the morning we hiked up a hill that overlooked the lake and township, such a nice view. The higher we went, the more the track turned into scrub so we turned around. Bree pointed out a snake on the way down which was cool! We then packed up and headed for ...
... nice rocks around the cove. It is a lot of fun walking along the sand, watch the waves, climb around some rocks, lie in the sand and relax and especially go into the water and have the waves crushing around us.
So with wonderful sunset over the ocean and Catalina Island in the background we had some nice evenings – one was even so special that Paul got ...
... 18px;">I can't tell you how many times I sat down to write this post (well, I can, but I won't). I've finally come to the conclusion why: I'm terrified. On January 8th (yes... tomorrow), I leave to study abroad in Salzburg, Austria. Not the predicted response, I'm sure, but I will explain.
Marketenderschl÷▀l- my home for the next 4 month.