Pleasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... that warm, slightly burning sensation of having clear blue sky's and being in the sun all day! It was good to get back to our hotel, use wifi, and chill for a bit after a hectic but great first day in this amazing city. The girls weren't hungry ( strange but true!) so Mike and I went out for food. It is so cool walking the streets we loved it. We saw four Fire Trucks shut down a street briefly only to disappear just as quick! Must have been a false ...
... Los Banos when we turned north and headed through the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, looking at the wide range of broad acre and horticultural and dairy production. Arrived in Sacramento by 6.30pm, spent long enough to catch up with Bruno & Sarina & Bruce before walking the 1/2 km to the Elephant Bar, a bar and grill. Knocked down a couple of quick beers before a grill dinner, very tasty. I got a funny look from ...
... for a while before putting my name on a list (that was created by another frustrated customer) and walking outside to search for more information. On the sidewalk in front of the CKGS offices, we found a mob of people searching for answers to their questions and concerns about the new process. Again, after finding out all there was to know at that point (which was hardly anything), we decided it was late enough for one day and headed home.
... accompanied by the odd trolley clang or soloist belting out a tune in Union Square, we had breakfast at our hotel. I was on my usual granola, fruit, yoghurt combo and J was tempted by the omelette with avocado as he thought it would be the healthy/lite option. Think he'd forgotten we were now in the US rather than NZ as he hadn't bargained on the extra bacon, cheese, potatoes and green pepper sides which turned it into lunch ...