BEST WESTERN PLUS Victorian Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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As we had breakfast the thick fog rolled in and kept the temperatures about 15 Degrees C. Jumpers and coats were back on.
Hearst Castle was obscured by clouds. We had to catch the bus up to the house. Saw turkey and deer on the way up hanging out near the now dilapidated pergola walk way (a mile long) that was once covered in grape vines …
... lookout over the ocean so we bought a coffee and perched ourselves on a table outside to lap up the views.
We continued on to Fisherman’s Wharf, which was lined with seafood restaurants, all trying to entice people in with free samples of chowder. It looked like everyone was just taking advantage of the free food and moving onto the next one…. you could get a complete free lunch out of it! We were more interested in the sea life and there was so ...
... I'll post pictures and video though You wanna piece of us?!... We stopped along the way to take pictures at designated "vista points"...and at every stop someone would comment on how exciting it was that we drove from Jersey. We stopped explaining and embraced our new west coast personas. (Jersey drug runners in their jacked up mustang). The waterfall... A $10 parking fee and a 1/2 mile hike ...
... She looked totally worn out like the world had crushed all the fun out of her. Great ...
"We are the Bradley / Thomson's from Australia"......
"hmm OK, here you are"..and handed me an ancient key for the double "suite" we had booked. (I get a weak smile at this stage)
"Is there an extra key"? (Due to the fact that there are two couples) I ask meekly
"What is that you ask" says she'?
... and food. I won't bore you with details, as, in all honesty I can barely remember them. After all, it was my birthday and I was in Vegas. After Vegas it was time to get over to L.A and almost make it to the Pacific Coast. This meant heading out of the Mojave Desert from Vegas to LA over the undulating mountainous roads and past the desert oasis of Primm, where we pulled off the highway for some light refreshments at Whiskey Petes Dessert Casino. To see the ...