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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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.
... maintained a nice slow pace. Traffic went on for miles I could not imagine being stuck in a car on that road. You would not get very far. By the time I got to half moon bay I decided to take the next exit and stretch out a bit. I got off on pillar point harbor and took a few pictures, ate a sandwich and had one of the drinks. After about 15 min a got back on the bike and continued my journey. Before long I made it to Santa Cruz. I got some gas and stopped at a supermarket ...
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 ...
... have to remember to keep adding. Waitress was really nice, she said June is the best time for the whales as they head North with their babies, also said after San Simeon the route gets flatter. Now it was his turn not to feel good, I know he didn't because he couldn't even finish his 2nd beer! Still after a shower & a short nap he feels better, hopefully good for the 30 hilly miles tomorrow to San Simeon. Bed early as no tv & we're ...
... is so fertile and that there are rock formations of ramparts, crags, spires and monoliths rising above the hills, just out of site of the highway, remnants of part of an ancient volcano and the forces of erosion due to heat, frost, wind and water. Another adventure where Harlan was sure I'd lost my mind. For some reason he thought we were going to be in a high mountain forest….that boy has selective hearing!
When we arrived it was ...