Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... deserted. It was fabulous! JB and Reika had brought beach chairs and a frisbee, so we sat and had a beer and learned that our children do not know how to throw a frisbee! Our day was wonderful, and we have to thank JB and Reika for introducing us to an area and a restaurant we never would have found on our own. We loved our time in Half Moon Bay and it was just what we needed.
Two last notes: We were shocked by how many pumpkin patches we saw in this ...
... we got to the bridge it looked just as I expected. But I realised, it's red. So why do they call it the Golden Gate? I guess the estuary at that point is called the Golden Gate? But then why didn't they paint it gold? Or at least orange, which is nearly gold and would look gold when the sun reflects off it.
The crossing over the bridge was busy as there were hundreds of tourists just like us cycling or walking and stopping for photos. Then ...
... bar in town where they have great bands playing every night. The one and only batman there, Huck was his name, did a great job looking after everyone. It turns out that the upstairs rooms of this saloon was used as a *****house and back in 1906 there were massive earthquakes and fires. Wiping out most of the city. The fire department saved the saloon from destruction, purely because they didn't want to lose the *****house to the ...
... were both quiet and slept a lot so no chatter. There was a bit more chatter in Susan's row - not all her. We were in a much better frame of mind than when we left.
The wind must have been blowing in the right direction as we landed pretty much on time to then spend over an hour and a half in the immigration queue. With over 550 passengers it takes a while to be processed into the USA.
Once in we got our shuttle to the ...
... it calmed us before the long drive ahead. Again we passed through changing landscapes on our way to the Pacific West Coast, with it strangely getting more mountainous the closer we got to the ocean. This mountain range runs almost the full length of the Pacific Highway. As we neared our destination the road became a four lane interstate, well it was on our side at least, the other carriageway was resembling a car park, traffic heading out of the city was complete gridlocked ...