Plaza Motel & Apartments
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... smoothest days on the road are the most uneventful. We didn't have any traffic issues, we didn't get in a fight over directions or driving habits, we didn't have any rain (or hail! WTF, ARIZONA!?), and we didn't have any restaurant issues that lead us to starve in the desert. It was smooth driving until sunny Sacramento, California.
Dinner was at Hook and Ladder Manufacturing, a wonderful restaurant trying its hardest to be ...
... do go back, and I do want to, I will know what to expect and also do some things differently. I won't expect much from the B&Bs, and I will try to look up self-catering places instead. Next time I go I want to surf, and maybe meet more people.
I want to write things I loved about the trip. Highlights:
- Lambies! Lambies! Lambies!!! The lambies stole my heart!!!! :):):) They were absolutely adorable, so full of life and joy. They are a teacher for ...
... to the places I want to go. The people staying there are very nice, as well as the couple that owns the place. It has a funky pool/moat around a common area and fun surrounding rooms. The lady tends to take in animals that are injured to rehabilitate, so it's like a little zoo. Dogs, cats, birds and a little Monkey named Magic. Sleep is peaceful, except for the noisy roosters and the occasional thunk of a falling mango, but at least then ...
... of hens, cockerels, and pigeons (worst); baby goats (kids); exotic birds; a rattlesnake (even worse); insects; horses; and peacocks. The majority of the animals were there for the competitions. Un/forunately we missed out on any live births, as the sow who was supposed to give birth on the Sunday had let rip three days early.
Beyond the animals, the fair was huge, with a huge variety of attractions on offer, both corporate and otherwise. On ...
... in 1872
2. Italian Stone Pine – 22 were planted in 1872, only one remains
3. Southern Magnolia – the Southern magnolia has prospered in the park
4. Bunya Bunya – native to Australia, this tree was planted in 1887
5. California Fan Palm – native to California, planted in 1882
6. Cockspur Coral Tree – when blooming, it looks like a brilliant red bird
7. Cork Oak ...
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