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... a huge array of different merchandize mostly in bulk packages. We bought a few things, and Aya bought a fair bit. The whole experience was most interesting. Then on to Walmart, and I bought a pair of black shorts for $6.85, and some nail hardener and some food. We got a cooked chicken $4.99 for a really big size. After we all arrived home, we sat out the front again, while Sakura played ...
... 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.
... a free appetizer. We were sold. It was a spectacular setting – a table by the window and view of the brave (or idiotic) souls willing to go in the water with clothes on. But we then learned that happy hour only applies if you sit and drink in the bar, and the free appetizer only applied to the saucer sized sample of calamari. It wasn’t bad, but we swore to only trust Yelp from now on.
It was time to check ...
... today to get from Mendocino to San Francisco airport as we are returning our car today and changing for a different make and model. Something more suitable for California. Getting used to the mist now that we have had on this part of coast for last 3 days and it's been cold enough for us to wear coats. But this morning headed inland over the mountains back to Highway 101 away from the more scenic Highway 1 that follows the ...
... the Carmel Mission. By the time we got there, the rain had pretty much slowed to a mist with the odd drizzle mixed in.
The mission was beautiful. It is a monument to Padre Junipero Serra of the Order of Franciscan Friars. He became president of the California missions and established this mission in Monterey in 1769. It was moved to Carmel near the river the next year. In 1771 he moved into the newly finished mission, which was made of wood. The early years were hard and ...