BEST WESTERN De Anza Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... shops, but the main draw card was the scenery.
To come back to the petrol I didn’t want to blow the image I was rocking so when I went to fuel up in Pismo beach I couldn’t find the button/lever for the fuel cap. I had a light bulb moment while I was eating lunch that there mustn’t be one, which in the end was correct it was just a push cap. Fuelled up in all sense of ...
Day 82 - Exploring Monterey We enjoyed a relaxed lie in after a busy few days of early starts. Once up, we spent quite some time hanging out in the kitchen, cooking eggs, testing out different poaching techniques. Delicious on sourdough bread! After a leisurely breakfast, we all donned our sports gear and headed out on bikes to the recreation trail which runs alongside the coast. The bikes, which were for free use as part of the flat, were chopper style with legs in front - not ideal for ...
... and then the 10:30 recess bell rang and they were all gone in a moment!
That night, we got to see Lilly play in her softball game. At her age, everyone plays and everyone bats. There are only 3 or 4 innings or 1 hour, whichever comes first , and an inning ends when either they have 3 outs or everyone has batted - whichever comes last. The girls can only take one base, and when the last batter is up, everyone ...
... station before entering and there was only another petrol station over 100km's on the other side of the NP so we had to consider how much driving around we would be doing if any.
All loaded up, food, water and fuel and off we went and managed to enter Karijini NP at around 14:30. We booked 5 nights at a campsite in Dales Gorge we figured would be good to base ourselves for a little while and drive to various places as we needed to. That afternoon we stretched our legs ...
... for the Hearst Castle in about an hour. This is a large building at the base of the mountain - has a full movie theatre to view the background of William Randolph Hearst. His father made his fortune from silver and buying coastal Californian land and running beef cattle. William, an only child made a ...