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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We woke up today and got ready to head off again, and after a quick chat with everyone we got in the car and followed them down the street.
The five of us (Taylor, Eric and Rainie) went to a little cafe called Porch and ordered some coffees, and breakfast for Darren and I.
We drank our coffees and had a chat with the guys until our food was ready, then we had to say our goodbyes and get back on the road.
But at least it's not too long until we'll get to ...
We set the alarm for seven so we could catch the cable car. We had to get there early for in the afternoon people could wait up to about 2 hrs. We saw Lombard ( the second crookedest street after Wall Street )and Alcatraz. We saw the Golden Gate Bridge and amazing views of San Francisco. After cable caring we jumped on the Golden Gate Bridge hop on-hop off bus. We hopped off at the Golden Gate Bridge. We walked across ...
... plan of attack, that was quickly shot down by the rather unfriendly hotel manager and more of our **** poor planning came back to haunt us, turns out the road across Yosemite is closed at this time of year, we would have to head north and cross the range just South of Tahoe instead. It didn't bother us too much as it meant seeing some different scenery but meant instead of getting to see the incredible vistas on offer in Yosemite, still one of the prettiest places ...
... and around each corner there was another place to stop for photos, especially around the Big Sur - google it and you'll see what I'm talking about!! The highlight of the drive for Kim was definitely the colony of Elephant Seals. There were easily close to a thousand seals occupying 5 or 6 beaches and of course we had to stop at each one to take a photo! Eventually we arrived in Santa Barbara for a little stretch of the legs and walk around. If we had ...
... back to Roxanne's Cafe instead. We had for starters, the Polenta sticks and the. mozzarella cheese stocks which were rather ordinary. I then had the Risotto that John had the first night and he had the soecial, Linguini Seafood. I had Tiramisu for dessert which I really shouldn't have and John had a liquor. We met up with the Italian couple from the train and had a brief chat with them before heading back to our ...