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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... after a rather frustrating drive round and round and round not being able to turn left directly into the car park, we circumnavigated a few blocks until we could.
$10 for a whole day in the Sardine Cannery Car Park seemed an excellent deal, particularly as it was just a stairway and a block away from the Aquarium.
First we wandered up towards the cannery and the area round the Bubba Shrimp Co. and took the obligatory silly photos. One of the bars ...
... so the Russians sold their claimed land and returned home…to Alaska!
Mendocino: Another coastal village gone bust after the fishermen left. But it emerged as a favorite stop for tourists, artists and music festivals – big beach, scenic, good surfing, kayaking, canoeing, markets, trinket shops, hotels, bars and wine vineyards. It is recognized as the oldest Chinese settlement in California.
... hostess was very nice and said, "Your table is ready, Lilly. Please follow me." and off we went. Once we sat down, Lilly remembered that she had forgotten her favorite paper doll, Wonder Woman, so Papa walked back with her to get it. The dinner was delightful, Lilly got to bed somewhat on time and we went back to the RV for a good night's rest - a great birthday! ...
... not sure how much further the road remains like this but according to the map it goes all the way into Oregon. If it was the last road I ever rode then this would be my choice, I can't wait to turn around and do it again. I just left the go pro running till it ran out of Memory.
... s Salamanca, but on a smaller scale. We then headed to dinner at the Fish Hopper restaurant, which is based on the pier area of Cannery Row. Again, wow! We had a table by the window, overlooking the sea / harbour, where we watched the sun set, drinking delectable Californian wine (which I loved and I am not even a big wine drinker) and a scrumptious gourmet meal. What a beautiful evening, in a beautiful location. I savoured every minute of ...