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... interrupted the journey South as did lunch at Nepenthe Restaurant, Big Sur, a restaurant with a 50 mile wide viewpoint. This is an essential stop on the journey. Nepenthe is an elixir for forgetting memories you want to forget. Saturday 22 November further south to Lompoc On the road again we stopped for sights and strolls breakfasting in Morro Bay, eating cake in Los Alamos by the harbour before checking out Solvang, a Danish community in Santa Barbara county. Finally ...
... the serious squad cyclists trying to do 25mph through the melee. There is a speed limit on the bridge for cyclists. I know I beat it because I registered 17 on the speed gun at the other end which flashes when you are speeding! Once I had seen it I sped up and got to 22mph before I passed it. Great fun.
On the other side we rode for another few miles through Sausilito and then on to Tiburon where we were to catch the ferry. These places ...
... famous Filbert Steps (no parrots, waah!) and after quite a few wrong turns (extra steps!) made it to the Embarcadero. First stop was the Ferry Building where, back in the day, people rode the Ferry to get to Oakland. There were all kinds of artisinal foods, from home made potato chips to one of America's most famous dairies, Cowgirl Creamery. Little did I know that the winner of best coffee would be the first cup I had, but Blue Bottle was the ...
... hour at the pub down the road. Trumps the University of Queensland any day.
The next morning we awoke early and headed out to the Rocky Mountains National Park. Time for some more hiking. This time though, in a slightly different climate...
... s directions and I did not get confused. So grateful to Sara for giving me clear directions.
The first place Sara suggested was Union Square, which is known for high end department stores and cool boutiques.I didn't shop due to a tight budget and I wanted to see the other cool parts of the city. As typical of me, I wandered around and walked up some hilly streets. Going up in one direction, I stumble upon Chinatown!
When I entered Chinatown, ...