Candle Light Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for the concours. So we were sitting tonight having some lovely adult beverages and waiting for our dinner when Sandra, our favourite server comes to tell us that it is thundering and lightening outside and raining! Apparently very unusual for here. We are back in our room now with the windows wide open listening to the surf crash and smelling the fragrant air. How incredible and a beautiful end to the day! Mike is amazed that I am not hiding under the ...
... cali” and so “chill” (although what’s the difference). Anyways half way through our beer and 15 photos later Kamal suddenly decided he wanted to climb down the entire cliff (not so casual or chill). As a group we’ve kind of just got used to Kamal’s sporadic adventures so we just waited and crossed our fingers that he would make it down in one piece. Jack even climbed half way down with him to see how challenging ...
... kooky museum next to the lighthouse, so you can still get a glimpse of it! To be honest, I took more pictures of the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean than the lens itself... sorry Monsieur Fresnel! After stopping off here, we pushed on down the coast, passing Santa Cruz, whilst our guide told us some interesting facts about the area. Interestingly, half of the entire amount of vegetables being supplied to the US are grown here in ...
... my score didn't match - no matter, it was great fun. We play the Navy Course on Thu, then back to Fort Ord to play the Black Horse course on Fri. Robyn, Jo and Connie are shopping and touristing, and visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium yesterday. It has become more focussed on conservation and less on tourism. Our old home on 17 Mile Drive has had a facelift and looks good from the ...
... interested in seeing beautiful vistas, unique geological formations and rare plant communities.
I will let the pictures work in place of the 1000 words, but have to add we felt desperately in need of binoculars and Mom. We took pictures so you could help identify some things. Your botanical knowledge would have proved very useful. The park was all it had promised to be and we left after a few hours of wandering with sore calves ...