Ocean Palms Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... would be a booming little town.
We checked out and made our way to Monterey and Pebble Beach Golf Course. Gav had recently found out that there is to be a tournament starting Thursday so there is a likelihood of some actual known players there practising for it. We drove along 17 Mile Road to the course. This drive was an eye opener in itself. The beach views were fantastic and the houses along this road were ...
... tide mark. Pismo, is no way the same standard of Santa. Barbara, but it's much more American than SB was, but it has a pier and an the right time of year, the migrating whales, just go up and down the coast, just off shore. Lunch today is in a genuine American dinner and it's again gorgeous, you just don't have bad meals over here, but it's so easy to over eat......back at the hotel we spend some time at the pool ...
... go into the Brewhouse next door for a few beers, I've never seen so many tattoos,bushy beards & weird looking youngsters in one place. The girl next to me had quite a low neck top & her whole chest was tattooed plus arms & fingers too - maybe her whole body was. A guy even had a T shirt saying Keep Calm & grow a Beard. Everybody really nice though as usual, then off for a Chinese which was really good & back for an early night, it was a really tiring ...
... living stretching all the way to the outskirts. There’s no wild, deserted, desolate beauty about Tonopah. “Is Tonopah on the edge of nowhere?”, I ask Mrs Henry. “No”, she says, “it’s in the middle of nowhere too.”
Mrs Henry and I are moving off the Colorado Plateau. We’re moving south. We’re moving west. We’re on the run from winter. We’re acting like northern ...
... schooling fish, all in a natural environment. Swimming around the Kelp, rocks, and ledges. The kelp growing naturally like it does in the ocean. It grew the hole depth of the tank which was 3 stories tall. Cool to watch the predatory fish separate the little schooling fish into 2 or 3 different "balls" of fish and then have the balls darting around trying to rejoin the main ball of the school. The jellyfish were just ...