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Yet yet another RotorDave Travel Odyssey - California and Nevada


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    #101 2 years ago

    The Full House house! The row of houses is called “the painted ladies”

    And all the tourists taking photos of the Full House house.

    rd

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    #102 2 years ago

    Mrs Doubtfires house!

    If you look through the window, you can see her tits catching fire.

    rd

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    #103 2 years ago

    I am always amazed at how close Alcatraz looks to the mainland. Like it would be not that difficult to swim it or at least man a raft over it.

    #104 2 years ago
    Quoted from Methos:

    I am always amazed at how close Alcatraz looks to the mainland. Like it would be not that difficult to swim it or at least man a raft over it.

    If your name is Michael Phelps I’m sure it wouldn’t be a problem.

    The current looks pretty funky though! If you were floating in your raft made out of raincoats, you could end up anywhere ...

    rd

    #105 2 years ago

    We drove down to Fort Point, which is under the Golden Gate Bridge. There’s a big fort here, unfortunately it’s only open Friday-Sunday.

    Great place for a Bridge photo though!

    rd

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    #106 2 years ago

    Here is our trusty stead for this trip.

    Dodge Caravan GT. Comfy enough to drive, plenty of room for 6 people, let alone 3.

    Got 28mpg on the drive up, that’s probably plummeted around San Frans hilly roads.

    rd

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    #107 2 years ago

    Then we drove around Golden Gate Park. Lots to see there, including a Japanese Tea Garden (a steep $9 each entry though!) and several museums.

    There was an art exhibition on at the de Young Museum of Maori Portraits by Lindauer. These are awesome portraits if you ever get the chance to see them. Look them up on line for $0.

    rd

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    #108 2 years ago

    Of course, we had to drive down the famous Lombard Street curvy bit.

    The locals installed this to stem the flow of cross town traffic ... unfortunately for them, now more people come here than before. Haha!

    Non stop flow of cars coming down ... and plenty of stupid tourists standing in the middle of the road taking selfies and almost getting run over. Some people ... sshesshhh

    rd

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    #109 2 years ago

    It's like the guy is from SF... who's tipping him off on all the cool spots?
    -mof

    #110 2 years ago
    Quoted from mof:

    It's like the guy is from SF... who's tipping him off on all the cool spots?
    -mof

    I just walk around the place like I own it. Haha! Seriously though, we have a few places we know we are going to check out when we hit a city, a lot of the stuff we find we just ... find ...

    We just got back from the MOF trip ... we left Lombard, drove through downtown, over the Bay Bridge, down past Alameda, stopped for In and Out Animal Style, hit the freeway again down to the 92 bridge as per the MOF instructions. Quite the drive! And yes, nice view up towards the city ...

    Thanks for the tip, MOF!

    rd

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    #111 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    If your name is Michael Phelps I’m sure it wouldn’t be a problem.
    The current looks pretty funky though! If you were floating in your raft made out of raincoats, you could end up anywhere ...
    rd

    Fun fact RD, there is an annual race appropriately titled "Escape From Alcatraz" where competitors swim across the channel from the island to SF.

    I'd rather just watch and eat In and Out burger.
    Glad to see you are enjoying time in the Bay Area!

    #112 2 years ago
    Quoted from Vino:

    Fun fact RD, there is an annual race appropriately titled "Escape From Alcatraz" where competitors swim across the channel from the island to SF

    Rather them than me!

    I struggle to do a length of the Olympic swimming pool in one go lol

    rd

    #113 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    Of course, we had to drive down the famous Lombard Street curvy bit.

    Vermont St:

    Between 20th and 22nd Street, the street has seven sharp turns. This has led the street to be dubbed the crookedest in the world in competition with the better-known Lombard Street (Vermont, while steeper than Lombard, has fewer turns). In an episode of Fact or Fiction on the Travel Channel, Jayms Ramirez measured the sinuosity of Lombard and Vermont streets and found that Vermont is indeed more crooked (with a sinuosity of 1.56 versus 1.2 for Lombard Street).

    Vermont St is featured in a chase scene in the Clint Eastwood movie Magnum Force.

    Also home to Bring Your Own Big Wheel every Easter.

    #114 2 years ago

    Always a top read these threads and some awesome pics of places i will probably never get the chance to visit myself. Cheers rd

    #115 2 years ago
    Quoted from Methos:

    I am always amazed at how close Alcatraz looks to the mainland. Like it would be not that difficult to swim it or at least man a raft over it.

    Ride on the boat over there and you'll see.

    #116 2 years ago

    Great thread. I wish I went to Alcatraz back when I went to SF. Love that whole area so hope to make it back someday. You are kidding about the hills. You are basically looking up at the sky coming into some intersections. I had a renal so it was tempting to floor it and get some air Hollywood style - lol jk.

    #117 2 years ago

    I remember the old days long ago (80s) when we still commonly had cars with sticks. It was nerve-wracking as hell driving in SF! You had better know how to work your clutch or you are in trouble.

    #118 2 years ago
    Quoted from xsvtoys:

    I remember the old days long ago (80s) when we still commonly had cars with sticks. It was nerve-wracking as hell driving in SF! You had better know how to work your clutch or you are in trouble.

    I was just saying yesterday ... if you had a manual (stick) Ferrari around here you’d be buggered! You’d be in for a $10,000 clutch job every few months!

    rd

    #119 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    Plus they have the coolest bathroom light switch I’ve seen. I need one of these in my life!
    rd

    You can get them on thinkgeek.com. I paid $5 for them. I have 2 of them. Wait for them to go on sale.

    #120 2 years ago
    Quoted from CaptainNeo:

    You can get them on thinkgeek.com. I paid $5 for them. I have 2 of them. Wait for them to go on sale.

    Don't see them, $50+ on eBay. Maybe just because of X-mas. Id like to get a couple..

    #121 2 years ago

    wait it out. If thinkgeek is out currently, i'm sure they will get them back in. Wait until the buying craze is lowered.

    #122 2 years ago

    Today we left San Fran. Great city!

    Pretty easy to get around. The hills make walking some streets a mission! Traffic was generally pretty light for a big city, except for the main roads that lead to the freeways.

    A couple of shots of the trip through the city and crossing the two Bay Bridges.

    rd

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    #123 2 years ago

    Shit! What do you know! It does fit a pin!!

    rd

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    #124 2 years ago

    A pinbot!

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    #125 2 years ago

    We drove north around 90 minutes to Woodlands to meet Peter pinheadpierre.

    Peter has a cool pad and 5 pins, including two he is painstakingly restoring. Check out the neat San Francisco playfield he has bought back from the dead with some great airbrush skills.

    Peter was a cool cat! Thanks for having us around!

    rd

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    #126 2 years ago

    Then we drove over to California’s State Capital, Sacramento.

    Looks like another great town!

    We had a quick drive around the Old Town (looks really cool) and had just enough time to check out the Capital Building.

    Cool building built in 1876! Nice dome!

    Check out that door on the treasury!

    In the basement, there’s a statue of Ronald
    Reagan, governor of CA before he hit the Oval Office.

    California is big on the bear motifs.

    rd

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    #127 2 years ago

    Really enjoyed meeting you and your family today! Come on by again if you ever find yourself in my neck of the woods. I really do recommend checking out the railroad museum in Old Sacramento tomorrow. It's a special gem. Heck, now that I think about it maybe I'll take my own advice and take my son there tomorrow. We are going to be releasing baby salmon in the river near there in the morning. Maybe we'll cross paths again. If not, happy trails to you!

    #128 2 years ago
    Quoted from pinheadpierre:

    Really enjoyed meeting you and your family today! Come on by again if you ever find yourself in my neck of the woods. I really do recommend checking out the railroad museum in Old Sacramento tomorrow. It's a special gem. Heck, now that I think about it maybe I'll take my own advice and take my son there tomorrow. We are going to be releasing baby salmon in the river near there in the morning. Maybe we'll cross paths again. If not, happy trails to you!

    Old Sacramento and the railroad museum are excellent.The train engines in there are massive.

    #129 2 years ago

    Went down to Sacramento Old Town this morning.

    First up - Tower Bridge.

    This is a very cool vertical lift bridge, built in 1935. It’d be cool to see it go up and down ...

    rd

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    #130 2 years ago

    Sacramento Old Town is pretty cool.

    Of course, now the old buildings sell sweets and trinkets, but it’s still cool to walk around.

    As previously mentioned, this is where the California Railroad Museum is, which looked excellent, but we didn’t have time for it today.

    rd

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    #131 2 years ago

    Then we headed up the road an hour to the historic gold mining town of Nevada City.

    Nevada City was founded in the 1850s and some of these buildings have been around since then.

    There are a couple of neat 1930s Art Deco buildings that completely mismatch all the other buildings.

    They have lots of gold mine stampers and artifacts displayed around the town.

    rd

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    #132 2 years ago

    Then we headed up towards Reno.

    As we climbed the hills, the snow appeared.

    By the time we arrived in Truckee (an historic railroad town) the snow was pretty thick on the ground.

    White Xmas!

    It was dark in Truckee, so only one photo from there.

    rd

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    #133 2 years ago

    Where are you going after Truckee ? Your getting pretty close to where I live.

    #134 2 years ago
    Quoted from jhanley:

    Where are you going after Truckee ? Your getting pretty close to where I live.

    We have arrived in Reno. We are staying in Sparks for a few days.

    The biggest little city in the world!

    rd

    #135 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    We have arrived in Reno. We are staying in Sparks for a few days.
    The biggest little city in the world!
    rd

    If you want to play pinball the Peppermill has a lot of Stern machines in their arcade.They have a really nice circular bar close to the pool with poker machines also.To bad it's so cold or you could go to Virginia city.A pretty cool place.

    #136 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    We have arrived in Reno. We are staying in Sparks for a few days.
    The biggest little city in the world!
    rd

    Sparks is where Bay Area Amusements is now. I'd love to check out Rick's operation.

    #137 2 years ago

    If you happen through Virginia City, stop at the Historic "Haunted" Washoe Club. My brother Barry bartends there. He's a metalhead like you.

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    #138 2 years ago

    Wow, cool holiday man, looks like a real good time
    thanks for sharing your travel oddesy, is a good read so far......

    #139 2 years ago

    I've lived in California for 45 years and I saw more of the state in this thread than I have witnessed personally.

    #140 2 years ago

    You gotta get on some road trips! Most people from other parts of the US or other countries have no clue how expansive CA is. There are so many things to see, so many day trips and driving trips. This loop is a typical one that is awesome, as most are. And even staying in that area, let alone the rest of the state, there is still tons more - gold country, the delta, wine country, heck how about the Jelly Belly factory? After all that you still have the rest of the northern part, plus central and then everything in the south. As pathetic as so many things are in this state, there is a lot cool stuff for sure.

    #141 2 years ago
    Quoted from BallyPinWiz:

    I've lived in California for 45 years and I saw more of the state in this thread than I have witnessed personally.

    Quoted from xsvtoys:

    Most people from other parts of the US or other countries have no clue how expansive CA is. There are so many things to see, so many day trips and driving trips

    Gotta agree.

    One thing that kept popping up in the Hearse thread was how many people had never explored their own states (or in some cases, never driven beyond their state line)

    Kiwis are great travellers (useless tidbit of information: the average age a kiwi gets their first passport is 3 years old) ... but most of us have explored a lot of our country as well.

    My tour of California showed us there is definitely two parts of CA - SoCal is like a different planet compated to NorCal.
    - Climate is different
    - people are different

    Both places are cool, but they are very different. NorCal is more like say Tennessee in some respects. Except for the “maaaaaam” and the guns.

    I encourage everyone to take a week or two, and drive around the countryside! It’s pretty cheap, and the TSA doesn’t need to invade your nether regions ....

    These days with the internet, there’s so much travel information available, you can see what tickles your fancy before you step outside your front door.

    rd

    #142 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    I encourage everyone to take a week and drive around the country! It’s pretty cheap, and the TSA doesn’t need to invade your nether regions ....

    My daughter Victoria is flying into Baton Rouge airport tomorrow. I'll be touring her around Louisiana for a few days to see some cool places.

    Merry Christmas to RD and family.

    #143 2 years ago

    Drove around downtown Reno today.

    Got to say, she’s a bit of a ghost town around there!

    A few of the casinos were closed down, quite a few empty stores.

    We parked in Cal-Neva Casino, when you entered the casino there was a 1980s nightclub haze of smoke from the motley crew of gamblers in there. The glass front door had been kicked in, there was a bit of plywood taped over the hole which looked like it had been there for some time.

    The Main Street was pretty void of traffic ... so doing a high kick in the middle of the street was as safe as going one on the footpath!

    The town has added some art pieces around the place to spark it up a little. The stained glass whale was pretty cool. We joked that the BELIEVE sign may have had the BE added in error lolll

    Always a shame to see an area in a state like this ... I don’t know what would turn it around. You can’t have outside drinking like Downtown Vegas, cause it’s too cold ... maybe Winter Festivals or something? But all the casinos would need to clean up their act first ... dunno. It’s a hard one.

    rd

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    #144 2 years ago

    This is what it looks like when entering California when heading West on Interstate 80 just outside of Reno.

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    #145 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    Always a shame to see an area in a state like this ... I don’t know what would turn it around.

    Head over to the Grand Sierra Resort. Formerly Bally's Reno. A much nicer place. Outside of downtown Reno. Originally built as the MGM Grand then Bally bought it in 1988. They new what they were doing keeping the resort isolated from the rest of Reno. Even has it's own lake. It was the site of a former gravel pit so the lake was "included" with the property.

    It has a decent arcade too. No pins though the last few times I've been there.....

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    #146 2 years ago
    Quoted from MrBally:

    Head over to the Grand Sierra Resort. Formerly Bally's Reno. A much nicer place

    Yep, that looks good. There were a heap of cars in the lot tonight.

    We are at the Nugget in Sparks. It’s pretty nice, about the same as a middle of the road Vegas joint. I think it was only like $50 USD average per night!

    rd

    #147 2 years ago

    The stained glass whale and the BELIEVE sculpture are from Burning Man, held just up highway 447 from Reno, about 90 minutes, in the Black Rock Desert just past Gerlach. Ya feel like driving out there??

    #148 2 years ago
    Quoted from MrArt2u:

    The stained glass whale and the BELIEVE sculpture are from Burning Man, held just up highway 447 from Reno, about 90 minutes, in the Black Rock Desert just past Gerlach. Ya feel like driving out there??

    Probably not much to see out there Art, if the hippies aren’t there ...

    I know a few kiwis that go to Burning Man every year. Not really my bag, but whatever turns them on ...

    rd

    #149 2 years ago
    Quoted from rotordave:

    Got to say, she’s a bit of a ghost town around there!

    From talking to bar tenders in Las Vegas, generally Americans do not go to gambling casinos in Nevada during the Christmas, New Years break. One even stated that, "You (I) must be from Canada!' .

    #150 2 years ago

    150 posts later... and Rotordave isn't in one picture?. he takes all the pictures, including the ones while he's driving?

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