Olympic Village Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... coloured! “Oh” he said!
As we left the city via the Bay Bridge, (ok so it’s no Golden Gate but an amazing bridge in its own right) we were instantly greeted by brilliant sunshine and dry parched hillsides, a real contrast to the foggy green downtown we had just left.
Our drive took us past the cities of Sacramento, Fresno and the famous Zinfandel wine region along ...
... the top of Mt. Judah 2 miles away. Thank goodness for a cell connection. So we corralled "Favi" as we were told by the sitter was his real name. Favi is a beautiful rusty tan Chow and we all headed up trail to drop him off with the sitters! The rest of the day got tiring and we made camp at 1146 and collapsed into our sleeping ...
... to take pictures or just to enjoy the evening heat in the high desert of Nevada. At this station we were told that we could move to the last coach and have rooms 3 and 4, so we would be opposite each other, and also that we would be having dinner about 7.30. We just managed to move into the new rooms when we were called for dinner so we went forward to the dining car.
The meal was great, with a starter of salad and roll, followed by six cheese lasagna for JJ, tilapia ...
... into Nevada near Harrah's. We turned around and after a quick lunch, headed back to the RV park. We stopped at Grocery Outlet and couldn't believe the discounted prices on groceries - especially the good prices on wines. We will have to come back here. How many bottles of wine can you fit in a back pack? Ha! 5 1/2 hours later we returned to our motor home. Great ride but Murray says his butt ...
... Found a Motel 6, checked in, settled in, and then went to the Fandango Casino. Had dinner in Casino at one of the Grill restaurants. After dinner wanted to play the 21 slot machines. There was a theater attached to the casino; I went to watch R.I.P.D. Certainly not a 5 start movie, but it was entertaining. Since I don’t like gambling this was a great way to kill a couple of hours.
After the movie I went back to where Dave was still playing ...