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... of the floodlit baseball going on in the college ground that backs onto the hotel. Having the hotel suite for the last night was a luxury. It was actually the biggest room in the smallest hotel of the whole trip. The pool was literally right out the front of the patio door so the view was nice too. We all had a night time swim, then settled in for a very comfy nights sleep, all in our own beds! I can't tell you how nice it was to be in a proper bed - no sofa or floor for me ...
The start of trek today. We met early morning around bagels and went straight out to get a look at the Hollywood sign and Mann's Chinese Theatre. The group has only 6 ladies, Matt and our trek leader, Emily. We then hit Venice beach for a few hours and travelled on up to Santa Barbara via the coastal ...
... however is also not a great one as the pair arrive into the town to find the streets full of people. After contacting up to 10 hotels they are finally told that the whole town is booked out for Memorial Day weekend. Cirsty puts up the idea of sleeping in the car but this is rejected so more calls are made and a lodge is found back up the highway about half an hour. The receptionist boast that ...
... dinner and a movie.
On Sunday morning we packed up our things, enjoyed the delicious smoothies Ryan made, and hit the road.
We continued our journey along the coastline, seeing stunning views at different vista points. At one pull off, we were able to watch elephant seals. They were basically the cows of the sea, except for lazier. They would move 4 inches, rest for minutes at time, and repeat the cycle. We were able to put our toes in the ...
... down quite a bit so we
decided to camp in a local RV park where we met some more vanagonauts with a
1984 who were bound from Seattle to San Diego for a few months.
After commiserating for a while in the morning we departed
for our next stop Frog Song in Cotati California
close to Santa Rosa.
They coincidentally just had their 10th anniversary this past September. A
lovely community of 30 units and with a different spin ...
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