Motel 6 Riverside West
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... up the rocks. Darren did get a little boo boo on his knee as some of the rock was pretty sharp and he just scraped his knee on it…but he survived and it’s healing nicely. I also spotted a BIG lizard (compared to all the tiny ones we saw) and he just got a picture before it hid away.
It took several hours to do everything as we spent A LOT of time scrabbling up rocks…it was just like a big playground for us. We headed out of the park at the ...
... had a magical sunset that night.
The next morning, I got a great run in on the excellent long, long bike / running path that runs all the way along the beachfront. I made it to Huntington Beach before I turned around and jogged back. On my return, I found Andrew on the beach with the girls having a great game of Frisbee.
We departed after breakfast and drove through the seaside town of Huntington Beach and then carried on to Laguna Beach, ...
... was written in 1940 by Leon Rene and first recorded by the "Inkspots" there was also a version by Glen Miller.
We hired a car for a day and took a trip to Capistrano and a drive a little way up the Californian Coast to Laguna Beach.
The Mission was founded by Father Sera in 1776. Mission San Juan Capistrano, became the seventh of twenty-one missions to be founded in Alta California. Like the previous six missions, ...
... Viet nam and of course Watergate. There was a very nice restored woody Mercury wagon that he used in his early house and senate campaigns. They have the 1967 Lincoln Limousine that was used by several presidents. On loan from the Army is the presidential Sikorsky helicopter that was the one which President Nixon raised both arms and gave his standard peace signs right after he resigned from office.
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... and hand prints of famous people. The boys sized up their hands and feet compared to the stars. There was plenty of tourists and also hasslers trying to give you CDs and scam you to have your picture taken with them dressed in their costumes. We sighted the Hollywood sign and took our pictures. It was still a fair way away but we got a good view.
Next we drove down sunset strip where all the famous people like to frequent the restaurants and night clubs. We weren't ...