Pea Soup Andersen'S Inn
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Left Napa and drove an hour south to San Francisco. Drove over the Golden Gate Bridge, and then spent a few hours there in the Fisherman's Wharf area. Went to Musee Mecanique, an arcade with old fashioned video games, toured a WWII submarine, and had lunch at Bistro Boudin. Then drove 5 hours south and stayed at Flying Flags RV Park, which is about 2 hours north of Los ...
Another great day with the family. I watched my grandson, Austin, set up his shave ice stand at the girls softball tournament today. He was doing a fund raiser for the Orcutt Youth Softball Association. Austin started early this morning and had his stand in place by 9 AM. The day started slow because of the weather, ...
Been a few days since last blog but lots to report! We had a really long drive up to Sequoia National Park from Yosemite, via Fresno (again!), however it was so worth the effort. Driving through Kings Canyon NP en route gave us a taste of the terrain, but nothing can prepare you for the sight of the giant Sequoia trees! They are simply huge! We trekked out to see 'General Sherman', considered to be the largest tree on Earth, ...
After a crazy night Mactar and me woke up on a couch in the garage of the frat house we partied in. A little hung over we walked to the a burger place about 5 blocks away and had a very good morning Burger with some sweet potato fries and a shake. As soon as we came back played a couple rounds of beer dice and spitz pass auf. At around 2 o'clock we went to the fret house next door where a big day party was going on. They had a DJ, ...
... day. I got to pick a pumpkin right off the vine. It was so cool. I saw two pumpkins that I liked and was trying to decide which one I wanted and the owner said he would only charge me $15.00 for both of them instead of $12.00 for one. What a deal! Dave enjoyed chatting with a fellow inactive Marine and we sat around for a bit after the pumpkins were loaded on to the back seat of the car, they took up ¾ of the back ...