The Murphys Historic Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have been staying with some really generous and excellent people in Newark for a couple of days since we left San Fran. We met Jen and Matt Cory Deschoet through Sarah Gladwin from back home and met up with them in the trendy Haight Ashbury area. We enjoyed a few beers, a lot of laughs and met some friends of theirs; Aidrian and his brother, ate …
... to the dollar. Because the dollar is stable, it is prized by Argentines and they are willing to pay more for it. There is an illegal, but open, market in dollars, called the "Blue Exchange," with fluctuating rates. The current blue rate is about 13.5 pesos to the dollar. That means using an ATM or credit card gives a tourist 50% fewer pesos than ...
... to see bears that most of the photos we got were of the inside of the bus. The walk to Vernal Falls was a paved, but steep path to soften you for the 600 rough cut, slightly slippery stairs to the top of the falls. Again the view was EPIC and because you walked around a bend in the creek to get there you were in a stone amphitheatre with nothing but stone walls surrounding you. By the time we got back to the car it was dark which lead to a ...
... also get a bowl of fruit salad, so we're hoping not to hear, "I'm hungry." for at least an hour. Sebastian does a good job of getting through a lot of his pancake. His appetite is ferocious at the moment but looks to have gotten quite skinny. We're not too sure where he's putting the food, but plenty is going in. Ewan has grown too and is now probably tall enough for the Disneyland rides. All his pants which fit 2 weeks ago now stop at his ...
... minivan near the visitor's center on main street and talked with the woman there about what to see in Murphys and which wine to take home with us. Turns out that she lived in Irvine back in the early 70's and now we had a connection to work from...she was very nice and made sure that we hit the Ironstone Winery before we left town...I'm so glad we took her advice...the Ironstone Winery was ...