Courtyard by Marriott Rancho Bernardo
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... to eat. We then try and take Jess Kayaking but unfortunately the hotel rentals are shut today and then the next shop down that is recommended to us also seems to be shut too so that is the end of that. Next stop is the hotel pool for our final swim, the. Back to the hotel room to pack up, clear up the cereal and then off we go. This has been a really good hotel for us these last few days, good spot, good facilities and also, good ...
To study in London, I need a Tier 4 Visa which requires a CAS and a large deposit. After calling both my credit card company and London several times (using skype's free month of international calls) to work out payments, I ended up applying for a Chase card with no foreign transaction fee to pay my deposit.
Today, I finally got my CAS and submitted my application for my visa though there are several steps left to actually get my visa. ...
... 8217;t not as it is over the road from Huckleberry’s.
On our journeys we have been stopping at the marked ‘Vista Points’ to check out the incredible views. Obviously we have been very spoilt as when we stopped at one today we were underwhelmed (we felt very rude as it was still very spectacular).
From here we continued south towards Santa Barbara and Calabasas (where the ...
... and no cars -- off-season??
More lava bed all around us and a nice flow apparent to the east.
Very nice highway and still not a lot of traffic.
Stopped in Bishop, California for the night. Excellent Chinese Food at Imperial Garden (I think that was the name) not far from the Vagabond Inn where we stayed the night. Small casino just north of the main part of the ...
... is the big brother to my favourite sailing ship in Australia, The James Craig. I've attached some pictures to help tell the story. Even Rachelle liked looking around it, as the history exhibits onboard were so interesting. It used to be called the Euterpe and spent many years of its early life transporting early Immigrants from England to New Zealand which made it all the more worth visiting in my eyes.
Still on the subject of ships we also boarded the HMS Surprise ...