Comfort Inn & Suites Lamplighter
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... all round, and food was already being cooked for us to take away which was lovely. The restaurant was a seafood one located at the end of a pier that you can drive down. And as we walked back to the car we were met with a chorus of sea lions, which were all hanging out under the pier. In the dark we climbed down some stairs to the lower level and I managed to glimpse some less than 10 ft away, through the steps, which I found very cool.
... t the nicest way to be woken up. Throwing the frisbee ended in mass injury both my thumb nails got broken off. Yes that is the gayest possible injury but non the less it is a injury.
Making it back to the hostel we had left no less than 9 hours ago we though wed have no problem getting a room.....this turned out to be slightly harder than expected. Being told there was no room at the inn we parked as close as possible to ...
... back up singers to Willie. The concert ran long with songs played until after 10 PM. Willie then shook hands with everyone in the front row of the concert hall and held an autograph session as the show closed.
The concert was an ongoing birthday present from my son and family. I am blessed with a wonderful family to make me feel so special.
Life is good. ...
My grandson, Austin, his friend, Matt, and I decided to hike up Bishops Peak as a good way to finish this year. We arrived at the take off point about 9:45. It took almost 1 1/2 hours to climb the 1,500 feet, a hike of about 1 1/2 miles to reach the top.
At the top of the peak, I had a beautiful view of both the ...
... but did hear a few stories about what could be the work of a reprobate or two. Hearst did hire Samuel Clemens or Mark Twain at the San Francisco Chronicle, along with Ambrose Bierce, and Jack London. All great writers, adventurers and bohemians of record. Bierce disappeared in Mexico following the Pancho Villa campaign when he was 71. London, I'm afraid, did himself in with morphine as he suffered from alcoholism, dysentery and kidney ...