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OK voor zijn prijs, vriendelijke Vietnamese Amerikanen
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... Ultra Limited's, mine had only done 2500 Miles, so that meant all in great condition. Fitted my own screen, repacked our gear and we were out of the dealership by 11.00am. Major leap of faith and I led the group out, nervous as a kitten about riding on the other side of the road, but it all went well and we were straight into LAs renowned traffic.
Finally cleared Santa Monica after doing battle on ...
... Americans developed a romantic sort of traditional French country louisiana home designs referred to as French Normandy style, which is distinguished by an attached round tower of stone topped with a cone shaped roof, which is the entrance towards the house. These houses are sided with brick, stucco, or stone and, sometimes decorated with half-timbering (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal wooden strips that is set in ...
... catch the train to Monterey. Train was due to leave at 3.30 and it was recommended to get there nice and early to check in luggage etc. We were in good time and Marlene hugged me goodbye - what a lovely woman. They said the train was about 20 minutes late. I took a quick stroll around nearby streets and found a cafe there with a vegan apple and cinnamon muffin - yum! There was a lit sign with information about the trains and every time we looked ...
... a drink globally known and enjoyed. We conversed of the previous night and enjoyed culture amongst the four of us. We represented a few nations right there on that round table, we were Croatia, Britian, Canada and the U.S. and missing our german friend who had left via train early in the morning. After taking photos and saying goodbye, we all went in separate directions with a hope to see one another again. Taking things "SLO" and exploring has been better on this adventure. Now up the coast i ...
... the bay.
Morro Bay State Park is our favorite place to camp when we need a break in our routine. It is located on the shores of Morro Bay Estuary- a paradise for birds, otters, seals and sea lions. The park offers a nice campground (more on the campground later), an 18 hole golf course, a marina, a natural history museum, a protected great blue heron and egret rookery and a cafe within its borders. Whew! The campground is shielded from the onshore ...