El Pueblo Inn
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... nice chaps!). Jenny orders us a taxi and we are set. Our snackette has been the most expensive meal we have had since arriving but well worth it!!! $150 ??????? And now we are back in Jacks (after $40 cab c/o Jenny and not the quoted $75!!!) with mocha stout, whisky and Irish coffees. Dinner is Mac'ds I think and then bed as 0500 start to head off to Yosemite. Nothing to do with the fact I am feeling a tad tiddly!!!! ;) Fabulous Christmas Day so far! :) ...
... realised that I could just cycle to Belvedere and return the bike the next day, as it was a 24 hour rental.
So I managed to park the bike before talking to another Irish guy about where to park it. I headed to a burger joint that people where queuing out the door for the last time I arrived. I took it to the park and watched the boats go by, and yes it was really tasty. I then jumped on my bike and cycled towards Belvedere along the ...
... dish (mixed veges at lunch, greens at dinner) and serval predominantly meat dishes. Water is the beverage of choice and, at the restaurant last night alcoholic beverages were not even an option. I nearly forgot to mention my run in with an insect! While settling into our bungalow I stepped on what I expect was a bee. I swatted at it, but not before it got me! Fortunately, Sally was able to remove the stinger and the excruciating pain almost immediately receded. For a ...
... city was destroyed by fire so only a small proportion of Victorian style town houses survived. The City is preparing for the next major earthquake. Emergency service buildings are slowing being redeveloped to withstand a major earth quake, additional water sources are being redeveloped and houses are being made out of wood instead of steel so the building can flex with any earth movements. It’s very interesting.
In the afternoon we took a ferry back to ...