California Inn Motel
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... courses I think and a country club. The PGA has been played there quite a few times and is a very opulant place. He showed us a home that a Mafia boss lives in, although most of the houses I thought looked no better than some of the ones at Raby Bay. There were some exceptions though. The Country club costs 1million to join and then you have yearly fees. We actually stopped there. I was surprised they let us in. We were allowed to walk around ...
... by some local golfers that he met while golfing as a single. I had tasty Jumbo Coconut Prawns and Diver Scallops. Dick’s NY strip was very tasty
Today, Dick continued work from yesterday. I made a hotel reservation for Kingman, AZ which will be our first stop on Saturday, October 5. Next stop is Santa Fe where we plan to stay for a couple of days.
So, we tried another recommendation, lunch at ...
... this dream road until we reached Monterey and some civilisation. Here we managed to find a Days Inn motel and pulled in to get a room. OMG it was like luxury!!! We had a huge queen sized bed with big comfy pillows, a properly clean and modern bathroom with fluffy towels, and even a fridge, microwave and TV. It is very sad and ridiculous how excited I was at this comparative luxury. I jumped up and down in a joyous flap and immediately ran a bath. Aaa ...
We said our goodbyes and hit the road. As we made our way over to Highway 1, we drove through Beverly Hills and I realized that we should have spent one of the days with Kelly and Emily just driving around that area and walking the streets of Beverly Hills, but that'll have to wait for the next LA trip. Highway 1 is a famously beautiful drive that hugs the coast of California for miles and miles. It is 2 lanes all the way, super curvy, and - ...
... turned to go back to the car, it seemed like the sand dune had grown higher and steeper. I briefly thought about making a movie of my feet trudging up the hill, but the sand was swallowing my feet with every step. I knew I wasn't up to holding my camera too. The PD makes normal walking difficult at times and this was not normal walking. Halfway up the hill, I took a step but my shoes didn't.(Crocs are not good hill climbing shoes). A second later, I was on my hands ...
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