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... kinds of people, dressed in all kinds of ways from glammed-up to shorts, singlets and thongs, doesn't seem to matter. But with Paul fading fast (he's been man-sick) we decide to head on back to the corral for some much needed sleep. Again, although the walk is only a few blocks, we are worn out by the time we get there and are grateful that the air-con in the rooms is running 24/7. Tomorrow we have our helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon and I am super ...
... do have massive portions between the three of us we had s o much food left. However, the grill was lovely and we all enjoyed our dinner.
The following day on the Sunday we had an early start as we had a busy day ahead we were off to Hearst Castle. Hearst castle is a California historical landmark and designed and built newspaper owner William Randolph Hearst and was completed in 1947. The castle is not a standard English castle, it is more ...
... perfect day on the top of a bus! Moreover, there were several stops during the tour so you could visit the different parts of Hollywood and Beverly Hills but I didn't get off, unfortunately. I regret it a little bit: I wanted to go to the Beverly Center, which is a shopping mall but it looked enormous and I didn't really know where to go. Anyway, one thing is sure: my wallet was happy with my choice of not going!
At every stop, new people went on board of the bus. ...
... the water, which was filled with bicyclers, joggers and other pet owners. We sat for a bit, reading our books and soaking up a few hours of the afternoon sunlight.
We wanted to go downtown for dinner, but it was still relatively early, so Jeremy found a brewery in the downtown area for us to go have a beer before dinner. We hopped on the Downtown/Waterfront Shuttle, a 50 cent open air trolley car service, which will ...
We then ventured down Highway 1 which has spectacular views and sea wildlife to boot, we spotted some whales out at sea and followed them down the coast for a while down through Big Sur we were hoping to see a sunset over the ocean, unfortunately the cloud moved in about an hour before sunset.
Arriving at Santa Barbara it was late and dark so did not get to see much, tomorrow it is of to ...
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