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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as I would balance myself. The crowd enjoyed seeing all "wobble" up to the front.
Then the ceremony. It was all so joyous and good-natured....
As the sun was finally set the Scarlet Bell continued to cruise the harbor. We all went in for a delicious dinner. Great toasts were given. Even my wife Bev braved to say some nice things about Larry. His sons Scott and Ted gave great tributes to their dad and to their new family. ...
... was magical. Des and Pips turned up eventually with body boards for everyone and most importantly bedding and chairs so now we can relax and look forward to our next adventure which will be Pismo Beach tomorrow morning. We took full advantage of having a car and decided after the beach to freshen up and book into a nice restaurant that I'd read about on trip advisor called Dukes. It's over looking the ocean and a ...
... and Dee Dee on Sunshine had to head back to shore to attend to some family matters. We stayed. Finally we were the last boat here so we decided to try a different anchorage. We motored around the corner and found another spot, called Scorpion Anchorage, and dropped the hook. At least they were honest in that it ain’t a cove, harbor or bay! These islands are a National Park and there were some buildings here from the days of the Scorpion Ranch ...
... beginning with a number of Tarzan movies: Tarzan Escapes (1936), Tarzan's Revenge (1938), Tarzan Finds a Son! (1939) Blockade (1938) Full Confession (1939) How Green Was My Valley (1941) My Friend Flicka (1943) Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948) Viva Zapata! (1952) Between Heaven and Hell (1956) The Defiant Ones (1958) The Second Time Around (1961) Posse from Hell (1961) The Sand Pebbles (1966) Planet of the ...
... s skatepark in Orange County on the way home. We moved through the exhibits at a moderate pace, stopping to read at least a couple of the informational plaques for each topic to try to give them a feel for what the cultural and political climate was "back in the day". Nate, of course was interested in the Secret Service and the Hinckley shooting. Approaching the room which houses Air Force One was truly breathtaking. The size of the ...