Holiday Haus Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had our lunch here and planned our next stops. I originally wanted to stay the night here, but we would not have had a lot to do except relax. Neither of us were much of skiiers or snowboarders and if we had stayed here, our drive tomorrow would have been approximately 7 hours. Since the Sequoia National Forest was also closed from the East, we decided the best thing to see was Death Valley. I wanted to stay in Death Valley, which ...
... As I further descended into lower altitudes the temperature climbed. I stopped to cool down and strip off a layer. Above the forest canopy swayed and a woodpecker rattled out a beat to eat. I was tired and hungry so snacks of fruit leather made with my blender and dehydrator were consumed. My special ingredients of 5 Hour Energy and Deer Antler Spray gave me a bit too much nervous energy as I speedily misread a sign ...
After leaving our Tahoe heaven we set off on our way to Mammoth Lakes. The scenery was pretty spectacular and to be honest the pictures taken don't really do it justice. The Toiyabe National Forest was to the left of us during the drive and the Walker River. We passed the beautiful Lakes Topaz and Mono and stopped off for lunch in a little town called Bridgeport. Having learnt ...
... cakes and even saw a dead spit of Paul Newman, so good we had checked he was dead. Venice Beach was also full of muscle men, funny traders and don't forget the "physicians" selling legal marijuana for "medical" purposes.
A highlight for me was a 60 km bike ride on a hired bike from long beach. The ride went up one river and back down another. The bird life in the rivers (looking much like drains) was ...
... is open and we had to wait for a table the one restaurant that was- Slocums. As it turned out, this really is a first-class restaurant with very friendly staff. The menu and wine list are extensive and I hope we can dine there again this evening.
I'm not sure if it's the altitude or the late nights catching up with us but were glad to turn in for the night.