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Sunday 23 March
Today we have the first of our railway journeys which will take us across America from Los Angeles to New York.
We start with a short journey today -a mere 11 hours 45 minutes from LA to Emeryville which is just outside San Francisco. We are on the Coast Starlight AMTRAK train and leave on time at 10.10.
We have reclining coach seats which ...
... in his house to look like an old English pub, with all the wood work cut and expertly laid by himself. While in Frankston which is about an hour out of Melbourne, we went for a drive down to Point Nepean in the hope of doing a 25km coastal walk down to Cape Schanck. However contrary to what our guide book said there was no shuttle bus to bring us back from Cape Schanck, so unless we were willing to walk 50km, there and back it was a failed attempt to do the walk. Instead we drove a ...
... warm themselves up under the sun was, for lack of a better word, nice.
I turn around and admire the view, the neighbourhood that's just above the pier, as I head over to the pier. The Santa Monica Pier is exactly as it should be (minus the reconstruction/replacement of parts of it). I walk along the pier, weaving my way through the crowds to Isabella's at the end of the pier. I get seated on the patio facing the carnival that's on the pier, which again ...