Touchstone Hotel - City Center
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... to Pier 39. Admittedly a complete tourist trap, but great fun to saunter along. We went to check out the sea lions that hang out on wooden platforms by the pier. One particularly boisterous young male (not Benjamin, a sea lion) kept us entertained by continuously knocking other sea lions off the platform.
We carried on along the Wharf, stopping to watch a sword swallower on the way. Almost immediately Sam was "volunteered" to take part. ...
... responsibility has led up to this day.
Today started off with a graduation party of my old high school, to a retirement party of which I walked my dog around to avoid small talk, to driving to the city with my parents and re-uniting with my sister. It involved many jokes and bumper sticker quotes from my Dad and deep thoughts from my Mom indulging on work and life mixing together. We went to an ...
... our bags please?” Yes was the response so down Doug went to collect it asap … I was still hopeful of getting out and about even tho’ it was now around 11am. Bags weighed .. mine was 48.5 lbs and Doug’s was 49.5 lbs… Carry-ons- mine was 20 lb and Dougs was 16 lb. Right … take something out of Doug’s case and put it into the carry on and leave mine as is. New weight - Doug’s case weighed 47.5 lb.
... to route 154, figuring that would at least get us to a town. It was a lovely scenic journey that eventually found us in Santa Barbara and re-joining Highway 101.
Pismo beach is a small coastal town, probably similar in size to Kalbarri. As we didn't arrive until about 5.30pm, we checked into our motel, dumped our gear and went for a look around.
Back home after a meal in town, we crashed for the night at about 10.00pm.
Gertrude stayed in the car....