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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Stopped at the Santa Barbara Zoo. Worth the trip. Tori took the pictures. She was even brave enough to take a picture of the Tarantula - considering she is an arachnophobe. Tori has become the expert at figuring out the hotel showers. Plan to cross the Golden Gate Bridge tomorrow.
... find something. I was determined to follow Bobby's instructions and keep going though. So I thanked him and continued. Shortly after that I stopped at a deli. I ordered some juice and a snack and charged my phone. It was almost 7 at this point and dusk was closing in on me. I was worried I would not make it to the nacimiento rd that I was looking before darkness. I again asked the guy behind the counter if he know where I could spend the night. We looked at me and said ...
A day of opposites today, but no less interesting for it. Started early and drove up, above the snow line to see the giant sequoia trees. It's difficult to explain the size unless one is standing underneath, but the tallest are around 284 feet. I suppose one could just as easily say that I could see pine trees for a lot less expense and effort by going to Kirkhill ...
... chef. He visited with some other old guy who owned the same or similar cars that Harlan’s had over the years….I reminded him that Aragon was calling, so we headed for the motorhome.
It’s funny how the activity you plan can morph into other adventures that are as enjoyable and sometimes more so than the intended one. We’re enjoying our trip and it’s hidden jewels and so thankful that we’re able to embark on these ...
... an Elephant Seal Rookery and my goodness aren’t they just the biggest weirdos! It was such fun to watch them mashing themselves around the beach.
We cooked our last van dinner in a park just south of Pismo Beach, and then drove inland to a wacky town called Solvang, a Danish village where all the buildings look like Christmas gingerbread houses complete with windmills. We found a dark spot out the front of a church ...