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Today I left San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge. Yesterday I went over on the bus but today I rode over it on my bike. The sun shone over downtown SF today while on the bridge you couldn't even see the top of the towers the fog was so bad. This was an omen for my ride up the Coastal Highway Route 1. For half of my journey I traveled in fog …
The day was evenly split into two - in the morning I allowed myself to by abducted by railway riding blue grass aliens and the afternoon at the beach. First the blue grass singing aliens - I took a four hour train ride on the Skunk Train - name this because you could smell it (gasoline engine and coal oil heaters) before you could see it. The train …
... the Carson Mansion. It was built in 1885 for a lumber baron at a cost of $80,000 and sold in 1950 to the men-only Ingomar Club for $35,000. Built in the Victorian style, it is reputed to be the most photographed Victorian in America. So of course we had to take a picture of it too.
Then it was back to the Pacific Coast Highway and then the Avenue of the Giants. The Avenue is a 31 mile (50 km) long road through a redwood forest, listed as one of America's ...
... The rays that passed through the trees made the drive worthwhile. Just before the Californian border we pulled over for lunch as the state of Portland is tax free. We filled ourselves with Mexican food and were off to California. The drive through Redwood National Park was spectacular. These trees were huge and very very tall. Two hours later we went past the famous Legend of Big Foot shop. Inside we asked the lady about sightings and she ...
... conditions than the endlessly flat and straight roads that criss-cross Florida, and after about 45 minutes, Jonas directed me into the parking lot of the Anderson Valley Brewing Company. Jonas ordered up a beer as the color crept back into my white knuckles (seriously, we had covered about 20 miles at this point, and did not feel close to the coast at all). I had a sample of the Summer Solstice beer, which tasted like melted caramel. We started ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed