Days Inn Concord
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... because it was so foggy that the really high ones would burst where you couldn't see them.
It just made the whole cloud light up in different colours, then the sparks would kind of fall out of the cloud. It was pretty cool!
When the show was over, we chatted and walked with the young group and walked together to find some food.
They decided on a takeaway burger place, so we said goodbye to them and went to find somewhere we could eat in.
... to collect Tamara from SFO airport about 1:30). We got through LA City Limits inside an hour and stopped at the Iron Skillet at Wheelers Ridge for breakfast. We got back on the road pretty quickly and continued on our way only stopping at a couple of rest areas when necessary.
Tamara called us at 1:00 saying she juat got off the plane, we were about 40 minutes away. We picked her up ...
... coast and then inland towards Utah to see some of the famous rock formations.
After a couple of hours driving that afternoon, and a typically heart attack inducingly good burger you would expect of the USA, we hit the hay just north of Monterey, scene of a shooting across the road when Carter and myself travelled through a few years previously, this time thankfully we got away without any led being expelled in our vicinity this time. Last time I drove down the coast ...
... city better, consequently led to a close encounter with some street locals. This did, however, give us an excuse to put ourselves up in a $113 hostel for the first night. Secondly, we decided after New York and Las Vegas that we need a little breather from city life and return to our preferred environment - the beach. Over the few days we spent in San Francisco we made sure we did all the touristy things and saw the "must see" parts of the city. We rode on ...
... down, the bartenders put “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” on TV. It was a little too much for our tipsy brains: you might have thought we’d been smoking something from the way we were freaking over this damn movie. It was pretty creepy, so we left the bar (vowing to watch the movie sober sometime), parted fondly with the dear Story, and caught buses back to the hostel. A busy and damn good day, full of honest ...