America's Best Value Inn Merced
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... to a gorgeous San Fransisco at her finest. The sun was shining and visibility was endless. We then caught a cab to our hotel, that also required danger money, but we should have been receiving it... My knuckles recovered from gripping onto the seat belt like it was my last journey. We both fell into a heap and stayed in that heap until 5 am the next day. We slept like babies and we obviously needed well earned ...
This dark cold night Raina was up late searching hotties online, when all of the sudden up pops on facebook that her hot steamy one night Ellensburg fling from the past is online. She says "I'm in Merced California hot and alone." he says," why what a coinkadink I am 10 minutes from Merced be there in 10 minutes!" they meet at Kewl Cats. and soon after slip into ...
... we started walking to the road.
This would be the first time that 2 out of the 3 of us would hitchhike! We were camped about 2 hours from the start of the trail. The bus that could take us to the valley wouldn't leave until 10, so hitching would be our only option.
Before we even got out of the campground I saw a guy about to get into his car and yelled out " aye , you headed to the valley? Do you have any extra room?" and Alan had a ride! 1 down two to go.
... a little more. We snooped around and walked over the Golden Gate Bridge (even more impressive on foot), enjoyed the nearby park (except for the large number of rude, ignorant, and unfriendly types walking around the area) and then drove across the city to another restaurant on our Triple D (Diners Drive-ins and Dives) quest. Pier 23 is a cool little seafood place right -as the name suggests- on te edge of pier 23, overlooking the water. Maria enjoyed fish tacos, I had ...
... day (nudging 95 degrees) and had an explore of some of the shops - several antique stores and unusual shops.
The drive onto Merced was hot, dusty and increasingly arid. Fields were brown and crispy and we marvelled as to how they supported any wildlife as the landscape looked very barren and inhospitable. Merced was a town of contrasts, both visually and economically with some areas run down and charactererised by ...