Twin Peaks Hotel
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... discovered that parking was $40 a day plus tax - that's $45 a day - a bit steep when we had already payed for the room. BTW everything is 'plus tax' in California - it's really annoying. Why can't they just add the tax on like we do with GST in Australia.
We took our stuff up to the room and came down to the restaurant for dinner. It was before 9pm and there were a couple of couples finishing their meals. ...
... He was given a booklet to fill out about different aspects of the island. Once it was filled out he took it to a ranger who asked questions about what he'd learnt etc and she signed a certificate to say he'd completed the activities to become a junior ranger. He then took the oath of a ranger (hat and all) and was given his badge for the Golden Gate/Alcatraz National Park. He loved doing it! Great idea if you've got children with you. Well that's it for now. Will get back to you in a few days ...
... they had were private rooms and we'd be spooning again for the next few nights. Checking in turns into somewhat of a comedy sketch. As we are served by a somewhat rude receptionist a Chinese guest comes to the desk. This is one of those stories that you had to be there for but its note worthy. So anyway the Chinese man through very broken English and a strong Chinese accent starts to talk to receptionist. It sounds like he asking ahhhh wheeeeere cash machine. With ...
... live in a sweet little house right on the beach with big glass windows looking out over the Pacific Coast and the Santa Cruz harbor. Our big ol RV just fit in their driveway. Phew!
They had a delicious, hot meal for us which is always welcomed after trying to cook creatively in our home on wheels. We enjoyed a terrific fire in their backyard and kept them up way too late on a work night. Sorry, guys!
The next morning ...
... I'll give you a quick rundown. In 1969 there were hundreds of thousands of people camping out on the street in protest of the Vietnam war and this was also the summer of love and hippies so you can use your imagination about what other activities were going on in this area during that time. The famous intersection was haight street and ashbury street. So we walked through this area which still has hippy stores and murals and all sorts. We even saw a bus that spat out bubbles when it ...
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