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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all year, university and culture and beautiful beach. But alas, we had to continue our journey. Once we got off the highway we headed up what seemed like a pretty steep mountain with jaw-dropping drops off the side. Luckily there were fairly good traffic barriers on each side in most places but I'm still not looking forward to coming back tomorrow! The expanse of mountain and desert as far as the eye could see reminded me of the immensity and majesty of the American west. ...
... and we spend the whole time, exchanging travel stories/ tips. After we got off, about 40 mins journey, he paid by card at Union station as the fly bus does not take cash. We walked to the end of the other side of Station and he advised me to take a taxi from Union station to China Town for safety, which I did for only $10 (it took 3 mins by car). Total cost was only $17 so I saved $43 and it was more of an adventure this way. ...
... took plenty of breaks to pause, catch our breath, and take a few pictures.
We all complained a little, but it wasn't that bad. Once we made it to the top, we could easily understand why people went through the effort.
What a view! We lingered at the top for a while, and then ...
We know why our brekky was free, not a whole grain in site. Plenty to choose from, I began with what I thought was Bircher muesli and once I popped the yogurt on it an tasted it found out it was savoury sausage muck! So then picked up a pancake only to figure out it was an omelette with plastic cheese melted in the middle, edible, just. Followed by coffee in a polystyrene cup. Which was okish, I just hate polystyrene cups. Finished off with a machine made pancake which was so ...
... at the edge of a cliff (to avoid the road traffic noise) and each of us moaning how uncomfy it was!
The next day we spent exploring the redwoods and running around being childish, climbing trees, jumping stuff, that old jazz! We ended up in Arcata, a small town in North California which seems to be the hub of the weed growing industry. Young travelers and 'gutter punks' head here for the trimming season which is about to begin so the town is full of people with ...