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... as there were some temptations! Most of the shops sold locally-made things and there were seafood restaurants everywhere, it felt very authentic and chilled. I think every town we stumbled upon had this feel, reminded me a little of Cornwall although on a much grander scale. After leaving Morro Bay we drove up the coast towards our next destination - San Simeon. We stopped en route as I'd spotted Bristol Street and Plymouth Street and couldn't pass the opportunity for a photo! ...
I'm not entirely fond of people. To be clear, I love my friends - they don't count as people. I'm referring to those unnamed masses - ridiculous & obnoxious, especially unavoidable at our national parks and landmarks. Tourists. I'd like to share a few favorites from the first month of this trip. Please overlook flaws in the composition - ...
The other couple came in too – he had a repair – we looked around and saw several items that we OK … then finished with the other couple, the salesperson attended to us. As it turned out, her first suggestion was “it” even though I tried on several more pairs. My attention turned to sunglasses and I bought a new pair of RayBans. We got a $100 discount for buying two pairs and I was happy.
... refrigerator, so lucky Mel and Sayo get to help us eat the food in the freezer: one steak, chicken breast, ½ small pork tenderloin, and veggies in the refrigerator.
So, tomorrow we are taking a client plant tour. Just a few more days and then, head out. We’ll be packing Thursday and Friday. It's been a great three weeks!
So, will sign off now. Will see you all soon!
... Ranch and were taken by a California State Park Bus to the Castle where we met the allocated guide.
Hearst Castle is a National and California Historical Landmark mansion located on the Central Coast of California. It was designed by architect Julia Morgan between 1919 and 1947 for newspaper magnate Willian Randolh Hearst who died in 1951. In 1957, the Hearst Corporation donated the property to the state of California along with ...
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