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  • Mackem

    Summer hols is going to be 3 weeks mooching round California with the other half. (non-biking apart from the odd day escape). Any accomodation recommendations in the likes of LA/San Diego/San Fran. Not looking for anything fancy, just a bed somewhere safe, not mega-expensive and near the “sights”

    Also, any recommendations about anything to see/do that isnt on the normal tourist route.



    Stayed in The Mosser in SanFran, fairly cheap and cheerful, very central. Rooms are small and breakfast was just muffins and coffee. Would recomended if you want somewhere cheap and no frills.

    Premier Icon lunge

    Drink in Star Bar in San Diego, a proper dive of a place but friendly locals and cheap beer, my kind of bar. Bar that my recommendations are a little more costly..


    San Fran – art hotel is cheap, central and cool.

    Up the coast is Bear Valley Inn, run by my pals Amanda and Ken. Top notch.


    +1 for the Bear Valley Inn.

    Hang out in Point Reyes Station, Bolinas, Tomales and Fairfax. Much nicer than haulin your ass around the city.

    Premier Icon woody2000

    We spent 3 weeks in California, we just drove along until we saw somewhere we fancied staying. Accommodation is cheap and easy to find wherever you are tbh. Enjoy! πŸ™‚


    Hearst Castle
    Big Sur
    Bubblegum Alley San Luis Obispo

    I could go on…

    Tubs Racing

    Mrs TR and I loved our trip over to the Channel Islands National Park. The most important thing in California is to go to In and Out Burger and ask for you french fries “animal style”.


    Santa Cruz is worth a visit, and there’s a nice hostel there.


    Quite liked the San Remo in SF.

    We stayed in a Comfort Inn in S Cruz as it was pennies and has the biggest bed i had ever seen.


    We stayed in LA (Redondo Beach) over Christmas in a lovely townhouse just off Aviation Bv. and a 10 minute walk to the lovely beaches.

    It was a 2 bed house with all the stuff you need (including a couple of brand new cruiser bikes and stuff for the beach). Also had secure off street parking.

    It was via this agency I am not sure if it is still being let though as the owner was between long term tenants and we struck lucky with a 2 week rental.

    Ohh, and you must try Disneyland – it’s a bit leftfield I know, but I thought I would mention it πŸ˜‰

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