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... restaurants etc. Some on the bus had booked an aquarium tour as part of the deal, those of us who hadn't just explored - we had a couple of hours for lunch and exploring. I really enjoyed poking around there. Found a restaurant called "The Giant Artichoke" which had vege options (most of them had a seafood emphasis). Had a lovely artichoke vege burger and found out the the area is the self-proclaimed Artichoke capital of the world and has an annual ...
... this dream road until we reached Monterey and some civilisation. Here we managed to find a Days Inn motel and pulled in to get a room. OMG it was like luxury!!! We had a huge queen sized bed with big comfy pillows, a properly clean and modern bathroom with fluffy towels, and even a fridge, microwave and TV. It is very sad and ridiculous how excited I was at this comparative luxury. I jumped up and down in a joyous flap and immediately ran a bath. Aaa ...
Over Greenland I've never understood the need to send customer feedback on something as personal as travelling. Your noisy hotel may be my vibrant, exciting location. Your complaint about reticent and unhelpful staff may be my praise for the non intrusiveness of the workforce. You can ignore holiday destinations, because if we all had the same opinion then everywhere would be Butlins, it is Hotel accommodation where the most virulent attacks of opinion occur. Looking ...
This is my first test of the new blog and a short note to let you know where I am.
We are in Menlo Park, CA, visiting with Kelly and Juan. The journey has finally begun!
Home repairs were completed on Wednesday, Aug 14: new drywall in living room and hall walls and ceilings, plastering, painting, and clean up. Anxious to get on the road, I decided to refinish the floors when the house is next empty.
The following week was ...
... seemed to start something as a family with a pile of kids showed up as we finished and wanted a turn so we gave them one of our ponchos as we left. Last stop was the obligatory gift shop of course! Continued on and stopped at really the only decent size town for ages Medford about 20 miles from the Californian border. On the way to find a Best Western we went past a nice looking Marriot Hotel and stopped in for ...