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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... the most of the time not being on the road. The one evening we even treated ourselves to dinner at the one decent restaurant near us with a few beers. On one of our beach walks we came across dozens of reef sharks swimming close to the shoreline. Coral Bay has a successful reef shark breeding program and there are certain parts where you are not allowed to swim, and for good reason. We ran up a sand dune to get a better look at the many sharks along the shoreline. We went to our ...
... and bacon. Mel had his favorite corn beef hash, poached eggs with toast, Back to their house, packed and took off! Sad to leave our home away from home! Time went by so quickly for us... Hope for Sayo and Mel, too??!! On our way out of town, we stopped at Pizzini's known for their artichokes since this is in the midst of artichoke country in Castroville. This was the place my dad would always stop to pick up the artichokes for ...
... grace to her every step and a dazzling, awe inspired smile to her lips, I understand how far away she is from "the misery business" and I am relieved for her. She is in this moment wholly in America.
Our RV site at Fernwood Resort was nestled amongst the tall, shady redwoods and beside the babbling stream known as Big Sur River. We hooked-up the RV then went and sank a couple of beers as a toast to our host, mother-nature. Henry Miller called ...
... a little nap because i was tired. Still no answer from my friend so I didn't know what else to do. The nights in the camper were getting super cold so bundling up with a few layers and enclosing myself with a sleeping bag with three or four blankets on top was becoming the norm. The next day was slow but I finally got moving and went to check out downtown Monterey. Definitely a cute little area with a few different coffee shops to choose from. ...
... a meal!
Dick and I were talking about the Reds as they were tied with St. Louis at the time we sat down for dinner. Turns out that the couple next to us were from Cincinnati and overheard our conversation. We should have figured they were from home if we had looked at the guy's shirt that said UC (University of Cincinnati, not Cal!). And, as many of you know, the Reds lost last night in 15 innings to the Cards.
Went to see ...