Sunny Cove Motel Apartments
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... service and see if they could sort the situation of "lost" tickets. Oh flip! The delightful conductor could sense the stress levels rising, gave me a piece of paper and said "just get on". The train is ready to go and here's Paul and I scooting down the platform, pulling our bags trying to work out which car is 1132 (2nd last car of course). As luck would have it, our "hostess" was standing in a door way waiting for the ...
... in 1900 to protect the redwoods from logging and in 1902 became the first California State Park. The incredible prescience of the club founders has highlighted by a quote I'll paraphrase from the time of the founding:
"At some point in the not-distant future a continuous city will run from San Francisco to San Jose. How can we not preserve this land right at the foothills of that ...
... are lazy, swimming, fighting or only having fun?
Cannery Row: as the Sardine Capital with 18 canneries, the old buildings are still there, but now filled with gift stores, restaurants and Starbucks. It was cute walking around, seeing the fountains, enjoying the ocean views and drinking a coffee. What’s amazing is that during the great depression and the wars they were running ...
I did write an extensive account of our week in San Francisco which was bound to meet critical acclaim, but it seems to have deleted itself as I went to upload it, which is lovely. Here we go with a 2nd attempt... We are now in Monterey, a fishing town about 90 minutes south of San Francisco. We left the city this morning and had a spectacular drive hugging the Pacific coast down to Santa Cruz, where we spent a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon watching low quality ...
... celebrating Halloween in true be-costumed style.
Hard though it was to leave the city, the promise of seeing/staying with family nearby spurred me on. Riding out through Golden Gate park led once more to the ocean and a short two day ride to Santa Cruz where Claud and I will be taking a much anticipated break for a few days and enjoying the mountain air before tackling some of the biggest, most challenging climbs of the trip.