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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... down to the supermarket to try and get cash. At the supermarket, my card is rejected and we end up paying on credit. When we try to get cash out at the supermarket (no real problem in Australia), we get the cash okay, but apparently this is such an unusual request, they can only give me $200 in $5 notes........what kind of country is this? Finding it very very strange in some respects!
Tomorrow we go on to Las Vegas! Let the games ...
... of hitting a highway right away was a bit stressful. I got on the Great Hwy and it all looked great. It was two lanes and traffic was mild we were cruising at 35 miles an hour. That is until I hit route 35 that road soon turned into a 3 lane highway and before I knew it I was hitting 65-70. It felt great. I found the sensation exhilarating. I had a beautiful view and the bike did not make me feel like I was going really fast. She was smooth and powerful giving me as ...
... a nice chat along the way (us walking, her cycling - all the same speed) the trailers look a bit wobbly to me. She eventually caught up with her husband who was waiting at the top & then we went off, they never caught us again although we saw them way behind down the hill at one point, they are going to San Diego too. Then it was all up & down over and over, unrelenting - it was lucky we'd bought some bananas & apples as there ...
Rolled along with an easy start to the driving from Bodega Bay but somehow lost veered off Highway 1 somewhere along the way. We knew we were to go inland for a bit but then there we were in Petaluma-- my mind saying we were on the 101 and the map confirmed it. How? We know not but 101 it would be. We will leave that one last bit of Highway 1 that we have not been on for another trip. The 101 is a freeway (three lanes southbound as we ...
... for the night, and once again left early to avoid detection. This marked our last day in the van. We travelled on to Santa Barbara, where I napped on the beach a while, before packing up our van ready to hand it back in L.A. After a short stop in Malibu it was time to say goodbye to our trusty steed and jump on the red eye to Washington. The world is such a small place, we just happened to be on the same plane as a friend from high ...