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... They serve tapas/ small plates and it was delicious. Hopefully those upscale clothing store patrons find this restaurant too and keep both in business on the lonely winter nights. June 26 We had planned to catch the 11:00 ferry to Schwartz Bay but since we slept in again til 5:00 we stuffed everything in the panniers and got to the ferry landing thirty minutes before the ferry commander arrived at work and 1 1/2 hours before the ferry sailed. We never did settle in to ...
... br> On the Fern Canyon Trail.
Further up the coast Eureka lived up to its name, a delightful small town built on the lumber industry. Sumptuous mansions of the lumber barons are still maintained and we dined at one of them, now the Ingomar Club for members only. Our meal was curbside, parked in our van outside. Nevertheless we still enjoyed the lovely harbour view. ...
... back over to their car and wished them a safe trip home.
By the 27th the time had come to get finances organized for heading south. Rick’s bank arranged to open a U.S. dollar account for us and order up a U.S. dollar VISA card.
On warm beautiful days we have been walking the local beaches and the wildlife reserve that is close by. Blackie’s Spit at Crescent Beach is lovely and we used to live close by and often took the dogs there to let ...
... but the rest of us had an adventure of our own, choosing to come home on the train/ finicular. We got there, but it involved much walking and misdirection to a Hilton Hotel, but unfortunately not the Hilton at which we were staying! At least when we had to take a taxi from the wrong hotel to the right hotel, we were away from downtown traffic and in a hotel sanctioned cab! Monday morning we had to leave for an early flight back to Athens. And that's another ...
... 00 am I did make out the Rodfords and Mollos golfing down the fairway. Hope they could see more than I could. The berm is still going strong with flowers seemingly have forgotten it is the end of summer. The Morgans and ourselves started planning this trip about 6 months ago with help from Laura at Da Vinci International Travel on Commercial Drive. It was unanimous that we wanted to spend some time in Florence and Rome and to drive around Tuscany during ...
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