Best Western El Rancho
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... Curious Shop! (Oddyssea in Half Moon Bay - Oddy... - har - just got that) Got my fortune told by Zoltar the half-a-mechanical-man in a turban who they imprison in a glass box. Cost $1 to be told that the "important thing is self-reformation" ... "do not fear self-improvement" ... "no compliance without reformation" ... Ok not bad for one dollar. I think Zoltar is trying to tell me something. Store also had items like a resin brick ...
... and addresses ('Bessie, USA' didn't seem to work so used Jonathan's office instead!) we finally navigated through the ridiculous system to make payment (noting that at no point did it tell us how much...something to look forward to later!).
We also managed to finally get through to the Sequoia RV park to give them our new credit card details and to pay for our stay as the one we used when booking months ago was no longer valid after ...
... We were lucky, there had been a cancellation and we nabbed a spot with electricity (bonus!!) for our last two nights on the road.
Wow, that brings us to the end of this trip.
The end of a trip is so strange. A mixture of desire for home and desire to keep moving. I miss my kid(s), my home, my neighborhood, but I know I will be wanting and dreaming of my next trip within days of being home. I suppose I have ...
... a problem. Lesson learned. It was still a pleasure to see it from the pier. Apparently, its not humanly possible to make it to dry land from the prison in the middle of the bay. It's not as far as you'd think! I reckon I could make it.
We sat in a cafe overlooking the famous sea lions on the jetty. Apparently they just turned up here after an earthquake and made a home on the pier. Nobody really knows the scientific reason for them coming here but hats ...
... br> The magnificent building is high above the Pacific on a site Mr. William Randolph Hearst once called the Enchanted Hill" .
His father George had a hunch about the riches to be found in the hills, and he found a huge amount of silver ore, the sale bought the many acres in San Simeon.
They ran horses and herds of cattle and spent many happy hours there.
The ranch ...