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Today we're on our way down highway 1 to a place called St Luis Obispo. We went through a place called Carmel. Some facts- it's mayor used to be clint Eastwood, it's home to celebs and you need a permit to wear heels downtown! We stopped off at a family run deli to get a typical american sandwich- beef, Monterey jack cheese (we are in monterey!) …
Well what a way to travel through the night. The train had been very quiet which led to Annabelle sleeping like a log but Chris not so much. Even though bunks were comfortable the top bunk was a fair bit narrower than the bottom so Chris was rocking and rolling all night, but overall we agreed it was a great experience.
We had set the …
... for the Danes leaving their main land was the conditions there were bleak for the ordinary Dane. Work was hard to get; ownership of a home was highly unlikely.
Solvang had three windmills and I have attached some photographs.
Next we continued to our Hotel Stay at the Best Western Royal Oak. It is ample for our nights stay and we settled in quickly. Then out to the Chinese Restaurant next door for a lovely meal and an early night to bed for a early start at 7pm.
... had booked our room.
As we pulled into the resort's parking lot, we immediately knew that it was exactly what we needed. It was a miniature (and less expensive) version of the Grand Wailea in Maui and La Cantera in San Antonio: kid friendly, luxurious amenities, comfortable room, breathtaking views, and a pool. We checked in and found out that they were having a free kids camp that afternoon for "Shark Week" - score…! ...
Thursday August 2, 2012 (2nd day in RV)
Questions asked of him:
What was fun about today?
What was fun about today was swimming. Tomorrow I hope we can go fishing and bike riding.
What was not fun about today?
What was not fun about today was sitting in the car not being able to stretch at all.
Friday August 3, 2012
Make a list of things ...