Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... to relax. Viewed Puget Sound and snowed covered mountains from the Parlour Car meeting up with two attorneys from New York who were following their musician son around the States. As the white wine kicked in they began to loosen up. We had conversation about many things including politics, life and religion. Most interesting people. Also shared lunch with them in the dining car.
Part of the morning was to ...
We arrived at out new and wonderful apartment yesterday and we're over the moon with it. Kirsty was worry that it would be good enough to stay in for 12 nights but it's perfect. As the owner took us in a tour we discovered it has so much more than we realised when we booked it. The complex has two outdoor heated pools - each with their own jacuzzi, a table tennis room, our own bikes to use, a gym, a sauna and our apartment even has Netflix. We planned to walk along the beach to the 4th ...
... ocean, bike racks are provided in case you need to check out something on food, otherwise with great views on the harbor, wharfs, seals, rocks, the ocean and not to forgetting all the awesome flowers: carpets of pink… one great bike ride.
New Brighton State Beach
I’m not sure if it is because we are further north – but the last days we always had figs ...
... a look at their pro shop. Pete bought a couple of golf balls and he got given a blank scorecard and pencil when we hopped back on the bus. As we were leaving we saw some black tailed deer that roam the golf course.
At our next stop we had squirrels coming up to us wanting food. I dint particularly like the houses that we saw when we left the gated community. They are multi multi million dollars homes because they are built right across ...
... from the pier. Stunning coffee and the food is amazing as well. The breakfast burrito is a must. The pier itself is home to hundreds of seals, many more than Pier 39 in San Fran and a lot closer as well. And then there is the pelicans. Very cool. A quiet walk along the pier and a nice drive back through the hills and we're in San Fran again. Better hotel room this time at the same hotel, albeit without Clive's built in ...
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