Oceano Hotel & Spa Half Moon Bay
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So, we've been in a crowne plaza, we have reeked up burningman, we then went to a Marriott deluxe room, then drove to San Fran, stayed at a dodgy as **** petrol station, waaaay out in the sticks. stayed in a local park then onto a car park. (don't worry mum, we were in the camper) this whole trip has been one extreme to another. We eat at a posh restaurant in San Fran for tea followed by a McDonald's for breakfast. After leaving burningman and staying in the best ...
16th June – Vegas to Page
It's time for our big American road trip. An American trip is incomplete without one and we wanted to make sure that we saw the western part of the country well. As soon as we landed at McLaren International Airport in Las Vegas we took a free bus provided by car rental companies and headed to Hertz to pick up our car. Looks like most road trips start or end in Vegas and therefore the free bus service to and from the airport. ...
... in an American accent "Are you Australian?" and we said yes and asked how he guessed. He said "You've got Australia written on your Tshirt" and that was true - it's in quite small writing though. So then we stopped and talked on the other side of the street for a while and it turns out that his daughter studied medicine in Adelaide at the university, and so they'd visited her while she was there a few times, and have great affection for Australia. He's ...
... had at the shower in the movie Bridesmaids?... Throwing a massive hissy fit ...kicking over the giant cookie? Yeah... that. I was hungry and frustrated. Ahhhhhhhgggggg Deep breath...no problem... We just hopped in a cab to try another breakfast place on our list, Grubstake Diner. Paid the man, got out, what? It's only open from 5pm to 4am???? *sigh* Another cab and we jumped out in front of a French bistro ...
... unique places we stayed on previously on this trip. This is a massive conference hotel, but, hey, it's on rewards points so in a way it's free :-)
We finish the day with dinner at a classic diner, Pinecrest, which is one of those old-school places where they sell breakfast 24 hrs a day along with a masssive range of other classic diner dishes. We need to bulk up as tomorrow is a full day of city walking.