El Pueblo Inn
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I woke up a tad hungover as there was no drinking water in the bnb room. I had a shower, grabbed my stuff and then left the bnb. I grabbed a 'continental breakfast' at a café round the corner from the bnb which was run by a French guy. I don’t think it was worth 12 dollars for what I got, but the fruit salad and orange was good at removing the hangover. A really camp black guy came into the store at some point and sat near me moaning about ...
... by 4 hr. That would give me only 30 min to connect to my flight on to Thailand. Fortunately, Singapore Airlines arranged for me to transfer to Cathay Pacific. Their flight is due to leave at 11pm, and will get in at 6am giving me a 4 hr window to catch my connecting flight. Looks like this should work ...
... and we don’t need to tip if the service isn’t up to scratch. James can be very assertive when he believes in something! We had a late lunch in LA and told our very nice waiter what had happened at the airport. He said its bad service for a waiter to confront a customer. He got a $7 tip which was over 15%. Waiters beware…do not mess with James!!
We had a meeting with our tour group tonight before we leave early tomorrow morning. The tour manager ...
... us to a great alternative to minimize these risks. We packed our bikes into a reinforced wedge shaped box known as the AirCaddy (www.aircaddy.com), which protected them much more than your average cardboard bike box. It also allowed us to leave our bikes fully assembled, saving us the hassle and expense of finding a bike shop that could assist us in putting them back together upon our arrival. Once we had our bikes secured in the boxes, ...