Fern Grove Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... of those, I pressed the screen, and someone at a help centre asked what I wanted. Gave me the fright of my life! Thought someone was in the car with me. Lol. SF was covered in very low cloud, so crossing Golden Gate Bridge was a bit of a letdown. But as soon as I crossed the bay the sun came out. The drive up the coast was stunning! The car handled a lot better than the last Camero I had. Virtually no traffic too. Arrived in a lovely little town ...
... do realize how silly it is to complain about them. I am also glad no one was around at their campsites to watch our charades. After finally finding a level spot, we finished setting up and wandered down to the river and the land across the highway. It was a beautiful and calm evening on the Russian River, and I was so happy to be Scamping again. We had a beautiful fire that night and laid in the hammock for a bit checking out the stars. Our life ...
... at the Presidio Golf Course in San Francisco tomorrow and then we'll do some sight seeing in the afternoon and evening. I'm really looking forward to both! Tonight we'll relax and maybe make some s'mores! It's the first place we've been in an RV park that allows open fires. The weather is just beautiful here. It's in the upper 70's and will get down in the 50's tonight. Perfect! We've had so many 100+ days that it seems a little weird to have such pleasant ...
I had to get the bike back to the rental place before 12 so I jumped on the boat at 8.45 to the city. I arrived with the commuters across the bay. It's a pretty good commute to be honest, a 20-minute ferry ride across the bay. I’d take that over the London underground any day. Once I arrived at the ferry terminal I decided to get some last minute use out of my bike and headed into the financial district to ride around. This was a really silly idea, the ...
... Oaks and the pines look magnificent.
With our now painfully popping ears we prepare to take our leave of Yosemite but first we must go and see the giant Sequoia trees, themselves nearly as large and old as the mountains. In a small grove, one of only two on the planet, are trees of such girth and age that it is no wonder that for many years their existence was believed to be a hoax. The oldest tree here is nearly two thousand years old and it would take sixteen folk to encircle ...