Comfort Inn Half Moon Bay
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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We said goodbye to our new friend, Phyllis after a nice breakfast in Carmel and a beautiful drive down 17 Mile Road. We had stopped at Pebble Beach after breakfast, and drove down to famous Lover's Point. Monterey Bay out from Lover's Point is the site of John Denver's fatal crash almost 20 years ago. Ed and Ann then drove to San Jose, arriving at …
... pack and cook. With the wind not on our side, it seemed to take forever to boil the water to cook our pasta and hunger was kicking in to our freezing cold bodies. We had brought a pepper to put into it and it was massive vut we had to use it all up. I never thought we would say this but we didn't want to see another pepper for a while. We had heard great things about San Francisco and could not wait to get our teeth into ...
... of the Panama Canal. After this we carried on our cycle and got a good look at the Golden Gate Bridge as we cycled closer towards it along the waterfront. The bridge is huge and is over a mile long. Rowan also told us that in 2013 a massive 49 people committed suicide off the bridge. We cycled over the bridge and then came back and went around the opposite side of ...
... trams, or street cars are pretty iconic too. There's a bit at the bottom of one of the hills where they have the turntable to turn the car around and send it back up the hill. I don't know whether it's original and they just haven't changed it, or whether they milk it for the tourists but it's still pretty cool to see.
We were staying in a really run down area of town, I think it's kind of turning around and might be coming back ...
... shop!!!! Too cool. My favourite part of the Pier were the sea lions sunbaking on the wooden wharfs. They lay about in sun soaked piles, occasionally whacking each other with a flipper or barking their disapproval of something. There were a few who took it upon themselves to be defenders of their wharf (males, no doubt) and would often bark and howl at a fellow seal, before engaging in fight resembling a sumo wrestling match. The winner would ...