BEST WESTERN PLUS Novato Oaks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Another day, another crazy bus journey. This time, it was both the driver and the passengers. Too many crazy conversations to mention but at one stage we had the whole bus discussing where one individual should be dropped off to catch a train further on south. All of the conversations were irrelevant as the driver had already plugged the least favoured location into her iPhone and was rerouting our journey accordingly. We'd made up some time, so heck, why not drop someone ...
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... at the end and actually found some items we wanted, so went to queue up,, only to bump into a real life, ex-convict, who was doing a book signing. This really made it all seem real. It would be days later, sat on the roof of our Hollywood hotel, when it dawned on me that we should have actually bought his book and had it signed......how did we miss that one! Back on the boat after an amazing afternoon, we chugged back to the city with the Golden Gate ...
... relieves them of any responsibility. anyway eventually we piled into our Luxury Van and fearing that the roof would scrape the car park roof we snuck out and suddenly found ourselves in 4 lanes of traffic hurtling along at 70mph (120 kmh). Having plenty of time we took the "scenic" route to Sacramento, heading south to Gilroy (taking in the fragrant garlic smells from the USA largest garlic processing area), then going east to ...
... has recently made its way to the top of my fears list. By the time we reached the counter, my body was trembling with apprehension.
Thankfully, the lady took my paperwork, looked it over, stamped it, and told us to come back the following morning to pick it up.
Next on the game plan was the Indian embassy across town. With my dad and sister as driver and navigator respectively, (this was a full family affair – ...