Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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A late, leisurely breakfast today as it's a travel day without too far to go. It's not just any old travel day though as we're driving down the Pacific Coast Highway along its most picturesque stretch. I can't get the boys too excited about 2 or 3 hours in the car, but I'm really looking forward to it. We went down to the Carmel Valley Ranch Golf …
... beach - surfers paradise! Dinner at Guiseppe's where we unearthed a corking bottle of Californian Merlot which went down a treat. For any of my red wine mates out there.....Ancient Peaks 2011 Merlot - superb!! The next couple of days will be spent on the beach/pool relaxing so updates may slow for a while before we set off to Yosemite National Park on Thursday. Happy Birthday bro - did you get our text? Hope you had a great day ...
... doing this ride. Wayne and Barb were neighbors of Julie and I in Mission Viejo for 15 years. Julie and Barb were forever volunteering to lead the girl scouts, be the soccer mom's, drive the kids to the T Street beach in San Clemente, etc...Over the years we have enjoyed a lot of rides together.
Wayne works for Shimano the international leader in cycling components...gears, breaks, wheels, etc....Shimano is a major sponsor of R2R. Wayne ...
... since it is cooler down below than up above he could live in these areas that he is digging. Then he gets another bright idea and decides that Fresno could use a underground resort to let people escape the heat. Keep in mind that this is before machinery so he is digging all this by hand and he can not afford to pay anyone to help him. This guy digs a room about the size of a farm Morton building. A couple more rooms ...
... along the highway but started lifting fairly quickly.
About an hour up the road we decided to stop in Santa Barbara and drive down to the harbor. After finding a parking lot big enough to handle Mufasa, we parked and walked a very short distance to the harbor. There are an incredible number of boats moored there. The mountains in behind Santa Barbara are lovely and homes are terraced up their sides. Flowers and flowering ...