Pea Soup Andersen'S Inn
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... really nice airport guide directed us; 'right left punch' until we come across the gas station. Fuelling up was another experience; you have to leave your car keys with the cashier, then fill up. The total cost of renting the car & fuel was about $150, so much cheaper than flying and going by train. Anyway, retuned the car. Ended up receiving a $25 discount for the GPS debacle. Made our way to the air train, then to BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit). Another really ...
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 ...
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, ...
... nice Best Western for the night. We went down to the beach here and walked the pier.
It is hard to believe that we have not had any daytime rain since we left Florida and only one time did we even have rain, and that was a very short-lived storm when we were back in New Mexico.
Tomorrow we will be heading down to the Santa Monica Freeway, Los Angeles and then finally back to Palm Springs.
We have no road trips planned for the near ...
... jump in! Fortunately I resisted this, but as we got to Santa Barbara a little early we parked up by the harbour and walked to the end of the pier. There was plenty going on, with motor launches headed out to the Channel Islands (a group of quite large islands about 5 miles off the coast, protected as nature conservation areas), plus yachts and other little boats pootling around.
We'd arranged to meet the owner of ...