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... s always worth a trip to Jardines De San Juan, a great mexican restaurant with an outdoor patio. Behind the dining area is an amazing garden of cacti and flowers, worth a visit of its own. Also check out the Guatemala Boutique for Dia de Muertos goods of all kinds.
I could go on all day about California. But this is where I live, and the blog I guess is really about where I'm going. So, here I go...
... from my lips, I then had to apologise. But then she said it will be a problem getting a room as there is a race meeting on at Laguna Seca!!!! Cue another bad word followed by an apology. However the receptionist was very good and found us a room at her other place of work!!! Yes, she works at 2 hotels. So we took the room. Liz didn't like it much. Especially later that night when a plane roared over ...
* met a couple who were originally from Ontario (St. Thomas and Oshawa) and now living in Santa Clara who gave us lots of good hints about good places to visit as we go down the coastal highway
Today was spent exploring Monterey with Syd's gran. We started by having a big breakfast on Cannery Row (Syd and Celia had waffles and strawberries and Jasmine had eggs benedict.) After breakfast we went to Fisherman's Wharf for a bit of shopping and to take in the beautiful views. Then ...
... I bought myself a plush sea otter for $19.99 and my uncle a plush penguin for $29.99, a total of $49.98. I had 262.12 dollars left. Not too bad. That's why I decided to buy Mrs. Haynes a gift too because she's my favorite economics teacher! I bought her a toy seahorse for $9.99, a good 252.13 dollars left.
After that, we decided to go home for the day.