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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we were to set off at 7:50 but I don't think we left until 8:15 as Ryan had lost his wallet. Unfortunately with 4 people looking for it, it was nowhere to be found so we had to leave anyway. Our first stop was at Monterey and we had 45 minutes to wonder round. First we went in some gift shops then we went down a small pier and saw some seals swimming about. I also got a sausage, egg and cheese roll for lunch even though it ...
... I'll pick you up in my car and we'll paint the town Just kiss me baby and tell me twice That you're the one for me The way you make me feel... The way you make me feel You really turn me on... You really turn me on You knock me off of my feet... You knock me off of my feet My lonely days are gone... My lonely days are gone Sam : "we only had to pay 13$ for the two of us, since we only have one tent... In the end it pays to be gay..." What's Gucci my *****? What's Louie my ...
... There is more than one thing that you did wrong back there, but the main reason I stopped you was because you were speeding"
Ben: "Um, probably because I was speeding?"
I really struggled to contain my laughter. Luckily, Ben was let off with a stern word as he wasn't being that naughty really. When we arrived it was after 10pm as in addition to being stopped we got a little lost as well. Bloody useless....
We were greeted ...
... so many times. Its like they got board of building straight roads and put a bend every 100meters to make up for the endless straight roads through out the country. Having a Harley chasing you around the corners made me push a lot more than I would of normally especially in car that handles like a boat. Going up and down the mountain roads from below sea level to above sea level left my ...
We drove up to the North entrance which is called the West entrance of what is now the Pinnacles National Park having been up graded from a National Monument. This looks to be spectacular, but really hard to say definitively, from the parking lot. Pinnacles is not a dog friendly place. No dogs allowed on trails, even on a leash.
I guess, maybe too many doggy hazards, rattlesnakes, slippery ...