BEST WESTERN Crystal Palace Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... but have about two more years of work to finish it - amazing!
We ride over the Golden Gate Bridge (wow what an experience) and then down the spectacular Pacific Coast Highway 1 for about 100 miles. This kinder confirmed that we had riden coast to coast across America in just over a week.
My riding mate Bob had a problem his his tank bag (nothing personal) meaning he couldn't get ...
Our long trip round to Sequoia National Park , and not having booked a campsite there, meant that we would stop in Bakersfield for the night. We didn't know much about it but knew they had a site we could stop off at the night for an it was half way between our destination! On our arrival to Bakersfield we were a bit apprehensive as it was getting quite ...
I was lamenting the fact that I would not be at Stonehenge for the Solstice this year as we had planned. As I spoke I was thinking about next summer; the trip to Indonesia, perhaps the trip to Europe we didn't make this year, but then maybe we should do something different in Europe.
As we talked my husband brought up the fact that he’d still like to go to Poland to visit the area his maternal grandfather came from. And of course I’d love to visit the area ...
... curve in the road and here stand all these donkeys and cars stopped along the road feeding them! They are not shy at all and are very curious about Auggie. He doesn't know what in the world to think of them as they stick their heads into the cab!
One of the little guys sure likes the Pringles chips that I grab out of the back to feed him! Just after passing the donkeys Ike spotted a ...
My jeans were soaked through, as were my walking shoes and socks, so walking through more snow wasn’t an issue anymore, even if my socks were cutting me with every step as the trench foot became frost bite. I fell to the side whilst coming down the final stretch, but managed to put my hand out just in time to stop myself, only to put my hands out again a little later on, just to find them disappear into the metres of snow below. Neither fall was too ...