Sun Star Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I changed ready for the meeting and then drove into Los Banos with about two hours to spare, so I got onto the net at McDonalds there and caught up with e-mails etc.
When I got to the hall locality, which I remembered the Garmin GPS mistakenly located as several blocks away last year, I found the new Garmin was just as wrong! Nevertheless, I was there well over half an hour before the meeting and I was surprised to see a bunch ...
... as he teetered on the ice while new cars were sliding out of control down the hill towards us. Another man decided it was his job to move every car out of the way which was in front of him so that he could get through and continue his journey as he had a four wheel drive. He cussed everyone around him as well as the police and the recovery crews before they all got fed up with him and saw him on his way. Generally though people were positive ...
... motel. After settling in to our room, we headed over to Pea Soup Andersen's for dinner, the high point if the day. Julie had tuna salad and I had liver & onions, one if their specials of the day. Of course, we hit the gift shop afterwards. The weather was much better today, making the drive much more pleasant than yesterday. It was wet and rainy in the morning, but by about 11:30, it cleared up and it was dry much of the rest of the day. Tomorrow, it's on to ...
... house which has two nicely tiled showers and restroom facilities. The bath house also contains the private hot tubs ($7 per hour per person). One of the rooms showed signs of work in progress.
Just past the bath house, there is another shower/restroom facility. It's conveniently located by the cabins. Smaller, it looks like a cabin with 2 doors at opposite ends. Small signs on ...
... of safety glass. We cleaned up the glass and headed to a park exit, stopping briefly to see a black bear who was grazing in a roadside meadow. We drove to the town of Merced, and after 5 fruitless inquiries, finally found a glass repair shop who agreed to replace the window the following morning. Unfortunately, no-one in town has the special RV mirror we need, so it looks like no fun doing lane changes from now on. ...