Motel 6 Walnut Creek
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bit tacky. It's got that Brighton Pier feel to it. And with seaside tourist tat comes seagulls but these aren't any ordinary seagulls, they are the biggest and brashest gulls you'll ever come across. So when you're cycling along and there is a grey winged beast up ahead, don't expect it to fly away in distress. They own the road and they ain't movin' for nobody. One bird nearly took us both out by refusing to budge from our path - that would ...
... wonderland of all kinds of shops and restaurants and the first thing that caught our eye was Bubba Gump Shrimp Co, from the film Forrest Gump. I was so excited! It was awesome. It is one of those typical cheesy things that just have to be done. We got plenty of snaps and there was even a bench with Forrest Gump’s shoes, briefcase and chocolates where you could pose for a photo. Love it! We had to pay a little visit to the gift shop to get something to prove we were ...
... was enough. Made it by 15 minutes. Bag was due to leave next day for Chicago (so they asked for my Chicago address) however I was on the move via San Fran, Modesto towards Yosemite. Positives were that got to briefly meet the boys who had gone to Chicago to celebrate pats 40th and I saw four decent movies on the plane (oh and the seat next to me was empty so more stretch room). 27 hours after setting out I was in my motel in ...
... Two days in a row I went to the Exploratorium. The thing I liked the most was called 'a drop to drink'. It was a magnified water drop and a hand holding a cup. After we went to the Exploratorium we went to McDonald's. Then we went to the market and got some blueberries and strawberries. The strawberries were humongous.
One morning we skyped my mum in France. Bosch and Arden were there too. They are my friends now in France.
... life, then you will accept them and it will affect your attitude. She explained an analogy about how this was like a grain of salt. So that's how I'm going to look at this travel of 2 and a half months in an unknown environment of Peru. I'm taking this grain of salt, and seeing how it will taste. Rich maybe, sweet or even just a little salty.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Syd for an amazing night in San Francisco.