Moonlight Beach Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to get in at the Carlsbad State Park but they didn't take tents. Given it was our last long ride, it probably was apt that the last few miles were spent in the dark. Why change the routine? Due to a supposed map app aberration we overshot and ended up in Cardiff, which came as a surprise but this Cardiff is officially 'by-the-sea', a lot smaller and you don't have to pay for the pleasure. A mile's ride back up the road and we'd made it to the San Elijo campground. ...
... really well done and didn't start getting very crowded until toward the end. I can really see why Hollywood has made so many movies about mummified kings and tomb exploring. There are really two stories here - the building of the tomb and the discovery of the tomb.
Bev and I lingered at the exhibit a bit longer than the guys. When we came out they were having a snack and we all decided to go and look at the nature photography ...
Yes once again the excitement of the unknown travel has prevented most of us from getting a good night sleep prior to leaving! Hopefully that means an easier attempt at sleeping on the plane with a sideways neck and drool pool.
Off we go...
... dressed up in 1800s dress, it was all lovely and very unexpected, we just thought we were going to walk through a standard park. The reason we were walking through the park in the first place was to go and meet uncle Eddie (from the wedding) at the old town Mexican cafe. And uncle Eddie was the reason for all the tequila. After all the tequila we took a tram back to the gaslamp quarter where we were staying (singing the ...
... night. The trees were sky high in the little park setting, and the road winded in circles deep into a canyon? Or we think it did since we arrive in thick darkness. Anyways, we started off in the wrong direction (we re sure the dude who owned the cabin and who had just given us simple and clear directions was shaking hi head in wonderment...) then turned around and drove up and out of the valley and into beautiful Sedona. Sarah ran eagerly to her hike trailhead and dad and I ...