Waterfront Hotel, a Joie de Vivre hotel
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... twice, read, and did a few household chores. So good to have down time! Dinner was take-out barbeque, which was very good and made for a prep-free dinner. A little play-time with Emi and then early to our room, but not to sleep-- I read for several more hours. When was the last time that ...
... We got to the elephant seal beach just before it got dark-there were hundreds of them just chilling or swimming or fighting in the sea (4 miles north of Hearst Castle). Drove past Piedras Blanca Lighthouse-thought about going to have a look but decided not to. We found out later there was actually a hostel there, if only we'd had a phone with internet while we were working out where to stay the night! We didn’t want to drive in the dark and miss the scenary so we ...
So I left my cousin's home in Chicago and I headed for the 'Frisco bay.... A four hour flight from the land of snow and ice dropped me off in the far more agreeable climate of California. A temperate twenty degrees or so.
Cuz had warned me there was a big homelessness problem in San Fran and seeing as I'd booked the cheapest hostel I could find, (still expensive at 25 dollars a night), I bet myself it would be as close to the trampy bit as possible. My suspicions ...
... you and your cell. We left the island in the afternoon on the ferry and went for a wander around Fishermans Wharf before driving to Fresno which is 4 hours away from San Francisco. We were heading to Fresno because Steve and Carolyne were visiting Michelle's family. We arrived in Fresno at 8pm and we were greeted by Michelle's lovely family. We had an amazing Mexican meal and then got some sleep so we were wide awake for the next ...
... complete with hobos congregating on the streets at night. Not happy Jan! We were promised a better standard of accommodation the following night and we arranged to have a car pick us up upon return from our Senoma/Napa Valley Wine tour. More on that later. So! Sunday morning we woke up pretty tired after a late night and had to walk back to our previous accommodation (in SOMA) to be picked up by the wine trolley. No time for breakfast, thank god for ...