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Travel Blogs from Gilroy
... of the cold pools up to your neck is what they recommend, but my friend Christy Day told me about a spa like this in NYC and said it’s best to completely go under. So I forced myself to completely go under! Yikes, buddy, IT. IS. COLD.! Then you either relax in one of the adirondacks outside around one of their many fire pits or in one of the relaxation rooms in a zero gravity chair for ten to fifteen minutes. Then you explore the different ...
... One humorous note for today. There is an obvious rivalry amongst the soldiers from different arms of the service. That rivalry extended to the Police and CHP many of whom are ex military. Patrol car loudspeakers were used by the officers today to promote their allegiance to their arm of the service....one Ex Army CHP officer encouraged the Marines to put the training wheels back on their bikes!
Until tomorrow....God Bless America! ...
... lots of rich ladies tottering around. We park the RV outside one of many art galleries in town, selling paintings and sculptures for undisclosed sums. Dylan fancies a look in one so we wait for Taya to rise from her nap and head in. The owner is quite inviting bearing in mind we are obviously never going to buy one. The beach is a lovely white sand crescent, but its not a beach weather day so we explore the town instead.
We choose our lunch ...
... chopper and later we found out the 'air frame' basically was from the Vietnam era, BUT all the 'other' things had been replaced: like a souped up Cobra engine, new types of skids, new interior, foam carrying skids, 300 gallon collapsible water bucket and belly hook to carry it, and seating for 6 to 8 FireTac firefighters who would go down ropes to join in a fire fight, as well as a pilot and a Captain. The young firefighter giving us the ...
... Galvin College.
The general route started up to the Hot Springs just outside Gilroy, then down to Canada road and then past Anderson Lake and up to Henry Coe Park, then down to Morgan Hill and over to Calero Park, though several country roads back to Galvin College.
I started the ride, just before 7am at Galvin College. It was overcast a blessing for me as it would at least start cool. For the first ten miles, we rode up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services