Pine Cliff Resort
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dinners are not that great to be honest, OK, but not as good as some restaurants we have been to. The hotel has a outdoor heated pool and also three indoor spa pools, Jess Ollie and I really enjoy a 30 minute swim and spa watching the sun set over the mountains, really very magical. Today has been magical, really enjoyed Yosemite and the drive out seeing Mono Lake was really very special, I have not either been to a ski resort out of winter, so this has been a new experience as ...
... I ate when I was in town, and the pita pit right before hand. The free trolley rides, and that there was a free reggae fest this upcoming weekend. Slowly but surly I climbed my way out of the trap of the city and back into the mountains.
Though if was a short day, I sat down exhausted for awhile before, cooking up a huge dinner and watching the nights entertainment unfold. Across from me Alan and Oriana were having a ...
... here pee me off you spend half your day waiting for the lights to go so you can cross,not like good old asia! It was so hot aswell. Phil got his hair cut in a barbers, it was like what you see in films.lol. We spent 6 days at the hostel, much longer than we wanted, while we looked for a car\van to get across america to new york.
We got the bus to santa monica beach one day which i was worried about but it was fine! Some random people on the bus, homeless people creeping ...
Today's the day!! The first day of the rest of my life! So looooong San Diego!
Today is a travel day to Mammoth Lakes to meet up with a bunch of my friends for a buddy's (Pete) 40th birthday weekend full of awesome riding, drinking beer, and more riding. Is there a better way to kick off a 3 month sabbatical? I think not.
Oh wait, I can't even walk 10 paces without ...
I'm now on the train from San Francisco to LA and it's going to be a long journey... 12 and a half hours for less than 400 miles. Even the bus is faster! But the sights are supposed to be amazing. The train is also massively big and loadsof legroom and even those fold-out leg rests that many American sofas have, so pretty comfortable. Also lots of stuff to watch on my tablet Truus so all good (thanks everyone for helping me out).
I didn't make it to Alcatraz yet, ...