Knights Inn Los Angeles
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... running tracks along the Rim Trail which follows the canyon edge for mile on mile. After lunch and a shower, we hit the road again, picking up our bikes (with shiny new chains, cassettes, brake pads and jockey wheels) from Flagstaff, grabbing a coffee, checking the distance to Bakersfield using the cafe wifi - 482 miles! - and deciding that if we wanted to make that by tonight (it was already 2:20pm) we would need to motel it rather than camp. We booked a room at the trusty Econolodge ...
... in such a situation.
After breakfast we decided to go back to our little roomette and watch the world go past our window - the world at this stage was mostly farms, cattle and mountains, but hey, the cows were different colours if nothing else. After a little snooze (they had de-bunked the roomette while we were at breakfast, and so had to nap upright in the chairs), it was time to then head back to the Diner Car for lunch. Today I decided on the ...
... in the hotelīs restaurant. Before we departed from the hotel we chilled for more than one hour in the hotelīs Jacuzzi. We felt like our bodies were slowly recovering thanks to such a special treatment like normal bed and good food.
In the afternoon we decided to go to a park, the name of which we donīt remember, to celebrate the most important Chilean national holiday – Chileīs Independence Day (“18th of September”). Apparently there is ...
... El Segundo, 32 years ago. I was immediately attracted to her effervescent personality, and I enjoyed her suggestions, like when we were trying to come up with a logo for our group, she suggested using the moon and stars in the logo, rather than the usual missiles and radar fighting aircraft.
Alarmist’s life is a non-stop, action, thriller adventure, full of twists and turns, and an ...
... this is going to be less of an issue in the future!)
And of course the night out on Sunset Blvd. We had dinner in Saddle Ranch which pretty much does what it says on the tin. There's a rodeo bull you can ride and the place is decorated like a western saloon. Very yeehaw and lots of fun. The plates, predictably, were huge as were the drinks. There was no way I was going to finish the platter that was put in front of me! But those ribs were sure tasty! From there we took a ...