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Travel Blogs from Pacific Grove
We checked out of our hotel this morning and went for a drive around San Francisco to see a few things before we left. A quick drive down Lombard Street, the crookedest street in the world, then a drive around the neighbourhood with the "painted ladies", the victorian terraces that S.F. is famous for, then through Pacific Heights and the Presidio, two very wealthy areas with huge houses worth millions, then back across ...
... after lunch. We called Josh and Wanda and they were out doing errands and said they would stop by about 3:00. We got all settled in and waited and when they arrived, Lilly burst from the car yelling, "Gramma! Papa!" with big hugs all around – couldn't have been better.
Josh and Wanda had bought tickets to the Oktoberfest which was being held at the Fairgrounds right next to ...
The last two days have started with wonderful walks along the ocean.
Yesterday, we parked the car near the Inn at Spanish Bay and walked from there to the Asilomar Conference Center where the Standens had one of their family reunions in 1989. Great memories!
When we started the walk near Spanish Bay, it was 58 degrees, and I was glad that I had my fleece jacket and gloves and a cap. Little foggy and cool. Beautiful ...
... and arrived at the first of the two places we wanted to check out - Ranch Point inn and Ventana Inn. Ranch Point proved quite difficult to get into as they were fully booked for lunch and didnt want to let us in. So we headed across the road and went to Ventana Inn - which was at the top of the hill at 1200ft above sea level and stunningly beautiful. Dinner was lovely and the service ...
... was little to see, with limited vistas or charm. Taking the advice of many travel logs, we filled up on gas as we pulled back onto the I-40, and hit the gas to get to Barstow before dark.
When we pulled into Barstow we had been travelling for 7 1/2 hours. We had some very good In N Out Burger, and Mark suggested we push on for home. I had no meetings in Bakersfield, and it would make the drive to SFO to return the rental car easier the ...
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