Blossom Trail Bed And Breakfast
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... a few
books, got a little more sun on my fair skin and rested. The pool and
spa made this such a nice place to stay and going back to air
conditioning in the RV was well worth staying here for $15 a night.
I also have to mention, we have met
lovely lovely people while traveling so far. Whenever we stop to have
a real conversation, people are friendly and interested/interesting.
I think ...
... side we had to stop and remove all the extra clothing as it had warmed up but sadly the wind had not slowed and it was still blowing a gale. The bikes average fuel consumption had gone from 56mpg to 38mpg.
As we will be spending a small fortune staying in San Francisco so we could do the Alcatraz tour we were in search of a really cheap motel for the night and stopped off in Fresno. ...
... Japanese Tea Garden, all their gorgeous parks, the beaches and the Arts Museum.
Upon staying a few days in the city, we realized that, if we wanted to move around and get to see other cities and destinations in Northern California, it maybe was a better idea to stay in another city with a lower cost of living. Since San Francisco is such a beautiful city, and it’s insanely popular among tourists, it can be very pricy, especially ...
... we finally gave up and headed on we found it, but we missed the last ride for the day, although they offered to run a special diesel loco train just for us. We decided to skip it and head to Bass Lake which turned out to be a lake, who would have thought.
We took a drive around the lake and headed deep into bible country where we saw more churches than people, which was fortunate because some of the people we saw were worrisome. How worrisome you ...
... over to Alcatraz. We had made the wise decision to book onto one of the first ferries of the day meaning we pretty much had the island to ourselves for the first hour. It was a fantastic experience. The cells were freezing cold and tiny. You could literally stand in the middle of one with your arms outstretched and nearly touch the walls. They just had a very uncomfortable looking bed, sink and toilet in them. We listened to the audio tour ...