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... is little room for towns on this coastline. We stop for lunch in Big Sur, CA and enjoy some great sandwiches. The landscape here is much different than the coast that we are used to. It reminded us more of the coast of Spain on our honeymoon. Green crops seem like they are everywhere, artichokes by the miles in Castroville. It's 4 pm in Monterey and Mark wants to see Gilroy, CA. Sara agrees, but is not quite as interested. ...
... afore mentioned black liquid, everything here is more than comfortable. Serenaded last night by a chorus of frogs croaking in the courtyard outside our window, the scent of jasmine and white wisteria in the air. It is crisp, in the teens and a bit overcast, but the sun pops out because after all, this is sunny California. Had he been in a hotel room and not been behind the wheel of a car, he ...
... wave thing. I tried to get a video of it, but apparently it depends on the size of the wave and Jared didn't want to go out much deeper with him. The water is freezing.
Morro Dunes and the beach we were on had a great view of the Morro Rock, which is the last in a chain of long-extinct volcanoes known as "The Morros."
After getting back from our walk with Nash we decided to take our ...
... However, the atmosphere wasn’t the best. It was set out like a sports bar, and despite having a fair few women in there, it still felt as though we had wandered into some kind of boys club. Every time a pretty girl walked in, the man who announces when the meals are ready called out over the speaker: “Attention all bar staff, ask for hot chicken.” I’m guessing this was a poor code for ’ass hot chick’ or something similar, and it didn’t seem ...
... br> called it) in 30 square miles of absolutely stunning countryside (the
Ranch). The design of the place was based on the German castles,
Roman temples, and other classic European architecture he had visited
as a child, but it took years to complete as he kept changing his
mind. He was also an inveterate collector of artifacts, and the
Castle as it came to be called is filled with European and Middle
Eastern works of art, some ...
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