John ordered pancakes, and I ordered the Energy Breakfast (or something along those lines). It consisted of home fries, topped with a croissant, topped with ham, eggs, and cheese. It was pretty good, but the price was moderately steep for a breakfast. It was about $13.50 with tax and tip, and this didn't include a beverage.
The roads were quiet, and devoid of cars which ensured we made great time. It only took an hour and fifteen to get there, and an hour and fifteen to get back. There's an eerie beauty cycling on streets that are normally saturated with cars and trucks.
We also came across this tattoo parlor:
All it needs is an arrow pointing to my head.
The other drunk man exclaimed quite proudly, "Biking is good for you!" as we shared a stop light.