Days Inn Richfield
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Ok, since having been in Los Angeles for 3 months, I think I have enough experience to have a couple top 5 lists. Here they are:
Top 5 Restaurants I will miss:
5. Del Taco
4. Roscoes House of Chicken and Waffles
3. Roy's Hawaiian Fusion
2. Wahoo's Fish Taco
1. Melt It
Top 5 touristy sights I saw:
5. Hollywood Blvd.
4. The Getty
Steve - so we survived the night not being eaten. can't say it was the best nights sleep i had.
we broke camp and packed essentials and hid the rest along with my bike. a combination of me walking, pushing mark and his bike and riding pillion we made it out and off the top of the mountain.
down in 12 valleys we asked an old guy where we might get some help and he suggested the forest rangers. ...
... s again and Chris wanted a frappe from McDonalds. We enjoyed our treats and the downtown scenery! It is a very nice city. People played Piano on the "free to play pianos", there were chess games going on in the shade, and we were entertained by the countless acts such as mimes. We even saw how cool Denver's locals were when a man came up and handed a homeless man a sandwich he had just purchased! It really was a nice, clean city. After all the downtown fun, we made our way to ...
Great bike shop today and we have gone to a dual sport rear tyre.
Dom (who did this ride 4 weeks ago) has given us a lot of advice today and started us off with a new route for a few days to get us back in the swing of the TAT. We will be continuing but agreed that turning around on a tough section is now an option rather than continuing until we are destroyed or broken.
... once we got across the border and into Utah, we could pick up the interstate (15) for 40 miles and then cut across to Highway 120 and follow it past Bryce Canyon National Park and into the Grand Escalante National Park. I was a little nervous of this suggestion; I had been trying to get us to the Grand Escalante NP (http://www.utah.com/nationalsites/gran d_staircase.htm) for a couple of trips but the roads are interestingly described ...