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... succulents look like big roses), but many varieties within each plant category. They also have wonderful pots, and different decorative items for the garden like sheep and goats made out of what looks like pieces of old metal. I pictured a whole flock in the Fiddlesticks' meadow. Candy store for gardeners! We mosied around lusting after various plants and Dianne found the climbing ...
... hills were absolutely killer to go up and you had to hit the brakes solidly on the way down. One woman at one point asked me "You’re not going to go down this hill are you?" Referring to a giant hill I pushed the bike up. I gave up pretty quickly and on my to way returning the bike at the rental place I passed a road called Nottingham. I was served by the same Irish girl at the rental place and received my deposit back no bother.
... and have to do it on our way back down to LA in a few weeks, WHEN we were so Lucky....... we walked past a ticket tout who has two tickets left for 1 hours time - we were so happy saved us a journey back and alot of money.
Alcatraz is something to see, the audio made it (I know i sound sad) but they have the old convicts and officers narrating it which made it great
We also visited the most wonky road in the World ...
... in black and white, a feature I’d discovered while we were at the bridge. After a while my eyes and mind grew tired and I started to doze again. Before I knew it, Chuck was asking me to set the GPS in my phone to the address of a pub type restaurant a friend of mine suggested we visit, upon reading we were in the area. The place we stopped for lunch was the Half Moon Bay Brewery, in Half Moon Bay, California, just south of San Francisco. It was across from ...
The Ancient Redwood RV park is at the entrance to the Avenue of the Giants, so when we began our trek today, we were awed by these enormous, ancient trees. We ventured off the drive to see the "Chandelier Tree" which has numerous branches that divide at the top to resemble a chandelier. But most intriguing about the tree is the fact that there is a hole at the base large enough to drive a car through. Of course, the RV wouldn't fit, but it was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking