Lake Point Lodge ClearLake Oaks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to see these Giants; with all this activity along the San Andreas line, who knows? These are the last Sequoia of their kind on the planet. Sequoia are old. One of them is known to already exist when Caesar invaded Brittany. It may have been a seed when Jesus was born. These trees may have survived the ice age. So we're turning up the 101, known as the Redwood Highway. Along side of it is a byway known as the Avenue of the Giants. We take gas and stop for lunch at ...
So we woke up at around 10am (far too early for us at the moment) and had some breakfast in our new surroundings. Once we had finished our food we got changed and headed off for some tastings at a local winery. This part of California is famous for its wine, because it is hot during the day and then the fog rolls in at night which cools the grapes, this is my basic understanding of it anyway. The wine was delicious and the picnic that Carol ...
... beer from small private brewers. So they put a microphone on Mike and pretended like they were just strolling the park and stopped and knocked on our door. They interviewed M and Dash and had M sample some beer. (I was hiding and watching it all from the back of Klyed). Then the host started asking if he could stay in our coach, etc. I think M was a bit surprised by some of the questions. It was fun to watch. Should be on TV in June. The show is called "Beer ...
... net through the water was an afterthought to his interpretive dance movements.
Our most important revelation though was how lucky we were to be traveling in a country in the near future with abundant thermal pools with which we could recooperate our sore muscles. After gazing at a dazzling bright starry sky, we retired to the tent, determined that we were too exhausted to drink the contraband wine, and fell asleep to the soothing sound of rushing water and leaves rustling above ...
... by public transportation. I was very glad that we did choose to have the rental car for the time period we did, it was well worth it, and gave us experiences that otherwise we may of not had.
The Italian people in general are very friendly and helpful. The language barrier was a problem at times. It would be advantageous to speak Italian. However, we seemed to of gotten by. After three weeks, you actually do pick up a lot of the language and are able to ...