Green Gables Inn, A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... order. We were to start boarding the boat at 10:30 so we were there in lots of time. The boat ride over to the island was very pleasant seeing the Bay Bridge to the right and the Golden Gate Bridge to the left. The waters of San Francisco Bay were dotted with many sail boats out enjoying the gorgeous weather. Once we arrived on Alcatrez, it was quite a steep climb up to the cell block where the audio tour took place. Luckily there was a tram that people with ...
... tortilla strips. And, Dick had a club sandwich.
For dinner, we all got together along with one of Sayo's sons, Chris with his two daughters, Logan and Drew. Their mom, Michelle, was out hiking in Mendocino County with some girlfriends. She is an avid hiker and originally was going to Yosemite, but the fires near Half Dome changed those plans. Anyway, great dinner at Ichi-Riki, a Monterey Peninsula Japanese restaurant which was a favorite of my parents. Nice to see and ...
... to make a drink for each of us. There's free tea and coffee down on the ground floor, and some tables and chairs. We're on the 4th floor. I talked on the phone with Chris, and discussed the possibility of us coming down on the Caltrain tomorrow. He's going to get back to us about that. After unpacking our gear, we walked firstly to have a look where the coin laundromat is - it's up the street and around the corner a couple of blocks - quite steep streets so ...
... intercom (of course i did, he was on the wrong side of the road) which distracted him! We did finally make it to our destination for the night, Monterey. It's on the bay and is known for it's fisherman's wharf. Before venturing out visiting the wharf I was in need of a drink to calm the nerves. We found a very quiet italian restaurant/bat where we managed to con the bar tender into making us our favourite cocktail-a Toblerone. It turned out to be a lovely spot, we it was ...
... at Spanish Bay. I had Ahi Tuna tacos that actually are ahi tuna with soy sauce and wasabi and kale seasoned with moi poi sauce on nori with tortilla strips. Dick had beef stroganoff. Delicious! From there we saw a beautiful sunset.
So, we are here to enjoy the beautiful Monterey Peninsula, and catch up with family and friends.