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... br> And interesting National Park is Hyde Pier: with a lot of old boats and ships… so we had to check them out, saw the big barracuda sailor, the Hercules tug boat, a wheal tug boat… the Eureka and it was a lot of fun to walk along… and then also to go along the aquatic pier in the sun. We saw the large submarine and were amazed when we stood in front of the Jeremiah, built in only 60 ...
... in the town! where we joined by John. I foolishly decided to opt for the 'Arrogant *******' - a tasty beer of some 8% alcohol.... I say foolishly as I'm writing this on the Sunday having been ever so slightly under the weather today..... From the Red Room we went to Rosie McCanns Irish pub, listened to a band for a bit and then drove back to Sunnyvale. I can remember leaving and the next thing I was being woken up at the house..... Good night ...
... Gump quiz the waitress gave us - Darrin was pretty good!
It was getting late so we decided to just head to the hotel to relax and watch TV. We did drive by the Fisherman's Wharf area, but decided to pass on it the next day - more shops and restaurants. We did pick up some salt water taffy at one of the stores downtown, as well as a few gifts for us at a shop that sold a lot of tea and kitchen goods.
... go, and the Mediterranean restaurant named Dametra was it. We got hummus and pita bread as an appetizer. It was SO good. There was a man who sang to everyone in the restaurant. Then we left and went back to Hyatt and playing video games for 1.5 hours. Mom and Dad worked out and I got a new App. After video games was done, we went to PF Changs. We ate and then saw "Despicable Me Two." After it was done, we went to bed.
... After. Shared a nice bagel for lunch. We then walked to Mission Hill and looked through the Mission Museum. A real eye opener on the history of the American Indians and the Spanish, Mexican Mission misfortune. Took a drive past the Yacht Harbor along the coast. Parked on hill at Capitola beach and walked sound the town. Really nice place with great atmosphere. Returned to hotel and had Thai Dinner next ...
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