Hilton Garden Inn San Mateo
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... again so different from what we had experienced before on our trip. Set in the middle of the deep Big Sur National Forest with giant redwood trees providing a canopy to the sun which filtered in through hazy shafts. We were given a riverside spot next to a beautiful tinkling stream which the brave/foolhardy could swim in or the wimpy Brits could dip their toes into. We ventured out to the local inn for a beer and a ginger ale and sat in front of a roaring fire drying off a ...
... either. She also owned 161 acres which were planted with fruit trees which also provided a large income.
We were not allowed to take photos inside the house so you will have to go to www.winchesterhouse.com to see it and learn more. Really worth a look see.
Following that experience we carried on to San Francisco. We are staying at an RV park on the west coast of the city close to public transport and only 15 miles from the bridge.
... lunch. As usual Si and the boys went for the burger and chips option. I'd seen a sourdough bakery place so went back there. It was a huge place with big queues where they sold not only cafe food but also freshly baked breads, condiments etc. I tasted some bread dipped in fig balsamic which was the most amazing balsamic I've ever tasted. I got a chicken and pesto sandwich and it was to die for. Finally a great lunch in fact the best lunch I've had in ...
... but would extend it until Dec. 2013. So Peter just told him to leave it as is, but when we showed up this morning they didn't see our reservations for today, but for sometime in December 2013. We asked if they had something available and they did, but it had to be prepared. So we had to wait about 20 minutes before our room was ready.
I set the alarm for 10:50 a.m. on our IPad, but unfortunately the clock on my IPad was and hour early. It hadn't ...
... good food, nice hotel, heat and an empty swimming pool, because we didn't go into the city centre once. We had an early(ish) start the next day cos me n Boo Boo were heading to Jellystone Park. The road to Fresno may have been one of the most boring drives of my life but the route from Fresno to Yosemite was the opposite. It was hot, sunny and bright as we headed north and we began to rise slowly from the valley floor to a height of 6000 feet. As we rose snow pole began to ...
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