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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... down was a breeze. Since we had had such a big, late lunch we did not go out for supper and were in bed in good time. On Sunday morning we were booked to go to the breakfast and "update" from Wyndham at 10:30. That meant a leisurely morning. We enjoyed the breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage and hash browns and the presentation turned out to be short and sweet and we were in and out in less than an hour. The poor man, who had only worked there for two weeks, was ...
... took eight of us about six days to clean out the house! Anyway, the house looks pretty good. We met the tenants, and toured the house. The rooms look bigger when you don't have lots of furniture in each room like my folks did. It was good seeing the house again. Nice memories!
We also went for a drive into Carmel Valley and stopped by Rancho Canada, the semi-private course that my dad belonged to. Course looks pretty good!
Tonight, dinner with the fam again ...
... football in the park. Hung out for a bit on the beach and then took a leisurely walk back along the beach back to the hotel to walk off lunch After a light dinner and local wine tasting in the hotel we were introduced to crown shots by our friendly barman Omar in the Chillis bar when he had finished his shift. I think we invited him over to stay next ...
... some take away lunch which we enjoyed at a vista point overlooking the sea on our way to Santa Barbara. We stopped off at Santa Barbara for around an hour, so walked along some of the seafront and to the end of the pier, but with evening approaching decided to make our way to Ventura. Having found our next motel and dump the car we had an early-evening stroll along the beach before dinner – we’re developing quite a taste for American 100%-Angus steak burgers…!
... camp for the night. Keen to cut the long drive back (for the 4th time) to San Francisco, I drove about halfway to the other Redwood Forest where arrived just as it was getting dark. Wasn't in any rush to pay the stupid $35 fee to pitch a tent in the campsite so literally just walked across the road and set up our own for free! Still had concerns over bears, rangers (some people actually walked through where we were, but were oddly just going for a stroll) and accidentally starting ...