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... again. Yes , our room in Buck Meadows was slightly nasty, the cable died early eve and the heater/cooling was SUPER loud. No phone sig or wifi. As usual, every piece of luggage was balanced on stilts and kept zipped shut. It seemed like a '50s place actually. Last night once we got to Glacier Point, very long windey drive, we took some pics at the usaul overlooks bu then decided to do part of the 4 mile trial headed towards the bottom. Homer, this was similar ...
... walking boot, we decided to call a beach seen a beach visited. We headed south on the Pacific Coast Highway.
This stretch of Highway 1 is the most scenic and the most daunting. You really are wending your way along the edge of the cliffs above the spectacular scenery of the Pacific Ocean breaking white upon the red striped rocks. Anne and I drove Highway 1 up from Los Angeles to almost San Francisco, also our commutes from San Francisco to Half Moon Bay on ...
... this place and the experience, Matt did not. The set up was really neat. Since they are going for the whole speakeasy theme of the 20's, it was a bit hard to find and we went in through a back door. We had to have a reservation and a password ("sheba") to sit in the room that we did. The atmosphere was spot on with the times and very intimate so ...
... showers and bed malarky. Dylan is beside himself with excitement to be going back to a shop tonight which has child size trolleys. Sounds like an amazing idea but the day we arrived Dylan pushed it nicely collecting our food for about ten minutes, then decided to play bumper cars with the aisles and pushing it ahead then running onto it instead.
Emma is off out tonight. So excited. First night out since Sydney nearly ...
... street. We’d starting laughing so hard by this time that Harlan could barely drive…however, this sobered us up immediately! Thank goodness for great brakes and a manual transmission, we made it all the way down….and there was Petaluma Blvd. After that the drive to get on 101 was a piece of cake.
We were going to have lunch in Sonoma but the detour made it much later than we’d planned, so we stopped to have ...