Dolce Hayes Mansion
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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5th to 6th June 2013 So we have driven North as long as possible taking in the views but as it is now dark and getting late we decide to stop for the night, we first pull into a small town which I cant remember the name of, I think it might have been called Getthe****outofhere, as we drove down the high street everyone stopped and stared at us, the …
After hiking out of our campground in Point Reyes we hit the ground running, planning to spend the night in Santa Cruz after a quick stop in San Francisco. We decided that San Francisco was perhaps a bit too pricey and too much to handle for this trip and we would most assuredly be coming back someday. However, we did stop in Sausalito in the …
Nice breakfast of bacon and pancakes. Chris had football workout. Fred and Liz ran. Amy, Carlton, Chip and I took a walk, Jamie relaxed.
We went for manicures and pedicures. Carlton refused our invitation.
We went to Chris' long awaited playoff football game. Sadly, ...
... ago to use as a studio.
We headed away from Monterey Bay, stopping at Chef Lee's Mandarin House for lunch, before heading back to the "country" to buy artichokes for dinner at one of the local roadside markets. The area around where Pat and Charlie live is predominately market gardens. Berries, broccoli, garlic, artichokes, brussel sprouts - as far as the ...
... but were now on a pretty tight schedule so drove through autumnal foliage to Lake Roosevelt, created by the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River.
The Columbia River seems to crop up frequently on this trip: Lake Windermere, Glacier National Park, the river we were crossing when we lost our awning! Very grand it is too - the largest ...