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... Even turning the ipad off did not seem to work... Then I realised it was not coming from the ipad at all but from the hotel's alarm clock, which was not even plugged in and I certainly had not programmed it to take part in any games at all. I grabbed it and went to the loo, and eventually got it to stop by plugging it in. Phew. Not a good start to any morning, but it was just about to get even worse, when I started ...
... there is a 45 min movie included in the ticket price about WR Hearst and the castle. We just missed it by a few minutes, so had a while to kill before the next showing. Grabbed some lunch at the cafeteria (they actually raise cattle and sell the beef - in jerky and hot dog form! But I had a turkey club sandwich - Darrin had a hot dog...pricey!) There was also an interesting little museum there about the Hearst family, the newspaper and movie business, ...
Had a drink at the pool with Maryloo, John, Trish and Lance.
After dinner, we decided not to have a drink in the hotel bar, so went back to the room and sat on the balcony with a glass of red wine.
Went to bed about 2.00am after updating the days ...
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