Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... the train, conductor took one look at the paperwork and said he'd never seen anything like that before; go back to the ticket counter and get them to print the tickets. 10 minutes before boarding, back I go to another ticket officer to be told I already have the tickets (printed at 5am prior to us leaving Omaha over three weeks ago) and if they can't be found I need to repurchase at a cost of approx $500; but I could ...
... are lazy, swimming, fighting or only having fun?
Cannery Row: as the Sardine Capital with 18 canneries, the old buildings are still there, but now filled with gift stores, restaurants and Starbucks. It was cute walking around, seeing the fountains, enjoying the ocean views and drinking a coffee. What’s amazing is that during the great depression and the wars they were running ...
... zig-zag around Union Square and through the Manhattan-like skyscrapers of the CBD, tour the enormously creepy and atmospheric Alcatraz prison, pick up our car and, after eliminating several pedestrians, drive north to the giant redwoods of Muir Wood then on to a spot of sunny wine tasting at the Domaine Carneros Vineyard in the world-renowned Napa Valley wine region. If we had to pick 2 highlights, the 2 most famous attractions more than lived up to their ...
... the paved trail to this point and then the unpaved trail that continues forever beyond. We decided to take a slight detour on our return route and so glad we did. Santa Cruz was delightful. Apparently gets a little crazy with tourists in the summer, but when we visited was gorgeous. Kiwis who are despondent while visiting the area about the complete lack of anything that resembles coffee should head to the picnic basket across ...
Josh and Wanda had given us a Wine Tasting Tour for my birthday, which consists of doing wine tasting at 10 different shops in Carmel. We found one that opened at noon and did some wine tasting for an hour or so. The owner of that vineyard was actually the man doing the tasting so he was full of great stories about his family and wine making. We decided to have lunch in one of the ...
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