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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... go in because they had the highway up and couldn't get over but at least we saw it.
Dave decided to take us to the golf course to book their golf game for the day an did try an get us two to play NO.........
We are going sunbathing cause we have spent 35 hours till now in the car travelling an with a week to go we need the sun. ...
... swimmer was doing their daily workout, given the White pointer attack two beaches down within the last week we wondered if he/she were aware, and the water was murky it was late in the day.
Dinner at an Italian Restaurant on the pier was brilliant and then a walk around the shopping precinct to finish off. Most shops were closing but I noted Noela was writing down the places she wanted to return to, so the credit card might be in trouble.
Hollywood beckons ...
... roam around the streets. And because they are protected, they have the right of way. From there it was a two hour drive of the Mohave Desert to Daggett, California. Truck after truck after truck. On the way Lydia pulled out an annoying lose front tooth. It was not one that was been wiggly the whole trip but the one next to it. So now she has one crooked tooth hanging on ...
... wasn't worth having
Another very enjoyable afternoon at the pool.
Out to the Italian restaurant across the road for dinner which is a very welcome change to all the burger, steak options we have battled with since getting here. Probably the worst meal we have had in the entire time we have been in the USA - it was inedible.
Off to LA tomorrow for the final ride before we leave the bikes to be packed no sent home.
... descending out of the sierras into an unending golden sea of what appeared to be untamed grasses. Pause the vid (vid coming) if you like and let me know if that's actually a crop, land lying fallow, or just unproductive for some reason. Whatever its reason, I felt like I'd descended into the Dothraki Sea of the George RR Martin novels. Ended up at the Route 66 Motel, an old spot full of collected bits from the early days of ...