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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Pinos Lighthouse but it was closed so we took a walk through the veterans' cemetery across the road. We spotted wild deer wandering through the reserve in the middle of the morning in the middle of town - very cool.
It was a couple of hours drive to Pigeon Point along the coast. The lighthouse, an historical listed building, was built in 1871 and is the tallest lighthouse on the west coast. ...
... many many people. They have a neat operation loading foot passengers through one level and bike passengers on ramps through the lower levels; they must make an absolute motzah in each trip. Eventually, we arrive back on the Embacadero and are dismayed to learn that there are no bike ramps on this side and you have to push your bike up the stairs to get it out (I kid you not). This seems quite ridiculous to me! We arrive, tired, sunburned and in dire need ...
... is the packing list for this trip divided into two sections: clothing and non-clothing. I omitted the wedding only items as that was handled using an extra suitcase that came over and returned separate from the primary part of the Arctic Adventure. It probably says something about me that the non-clothing list is much longer than the clothing one.
8x Leitz Binoculars
GPS for hiking
6 inch ...
... car. We get on the road for our first attempt at turning up at a hotel with no reservation. Third time lucky we get a cheap room near the airport. We catch up on washing and sleep. This area is much better and we finally relax. We research beaches near by and try to look for our base to stay further down the coast. We have two nights booked about two hours down the coast and it looks great so we want something like that but further down. Fingers crossed we find ...
... cool and very fast stops. Google Headquarters main attraction was the Google car that helps map its maps. It has a small satellite type thing on top of the car and a Google pin next to the car. I walked up to the front door at one of the buildings (there are many of them) and saw a Google bicycle that can be used to go from one building to the next if you have a meeting there. ...