Pea Soup Andersen'S Inn
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Our final day at CTS is hear. Climbing mount Figaroa. We arrived early so the Leslie and Fran and I think one other will set out about half hour earlier than the rest of us. Kind of know what we are in for, and hope to apply some of our leaning to help survive the ...
We are so exited for the trip. My carry on weighs 10000 lbs. think anyone will notice? Tomorrow's flight will be super early for me..... But hopefully will help me get on Italy time.... Look out Italy.... The Krintz-Anderson sisters are headed your way... Couldn't do this without amazing families and friends! Thanks all for following and participating... Love u ...
I've never really had a problem going to bars and restaurants on my own. I have some friends who claim they don't know how I do it. I don't know whether its my history working in pubs and restaurants, or my perversion to great food which doesn't really make it a big deal for me. America is a very easy place to dine alone. Most places have great bars with tv to watch ...
Slept well overnight. Kicked out of the motel at 11am sharp. Decided against having breakfast locally after being advised by a couple leaving at the same time as us that this was a bad area to walk around. Drove to Santa Monica. Dave bought some cool shoes from Sketchers store. Lunch was a vegetarian's paradise so Val was happy. The Hummus Bar was one of only a handful in the whole of USA apparently, it will definitely take off because even us ...
... interesting van and always surprising to see how everyone survives.
Onward to the beach for a sunny nap break then people watching on a walk on the pier.
Time to move on and we head north through more beautiful ranching country. We find a campground outside of a small Danish town called Slovang. After only a cursory drive through (lots of windmills), we set up camp, eat and call it an early night.