Lone Oak Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... really good. Poor Papa was on her left so he was the beneficiary of a lot of draw 2 and draw 4 cards! Josh didn't play with us because he was fixing our computer - it is wonderful to have such a talented techie in the family. It was hard to say good bye, but we will be back in July to take care of Lilly for 2 weeks while she is out of school, and to go to Josh's retirement ceremony. It was a wonderful 2 weeks - can't wait to come back! ...
... have been trying out the chowder to compare between chefs! We had a restaurant window seat at one stage and our lunch view include watching seals play around in the bay as we had our meal. Monterey is just around the corner from Pebble Beach so we took a drive around there, as well as into the local town called Carmel - for which Clint Eastwood was once the ...
... each we rode to and fro to Fisherman's Wharf and visited the Ghirardelli Square and sampled some of their delicious chocolate. Returning to Union Square about 4:30, Doug sat and people watched while I did a quick look around in Macy's. We walked leisurely home for Happy Hour and went out to dinner about 7:15 to Lori's Diner- a 50s style restaurant. It was a lovely evening for a walk. When we got back, we finalized our packing in preparation for our departure from SF on Monday ...
There is so much to see as you travel up and down the coastline. We were very lucky to have time to drive up and down the coastline and take in the view from several of the pull outs. We were so fortunate to have some nice weather and so we were able to enjoy the scenery to entire time we were there.
... Were we entering the heart of pumpkin world? Signs announced an upcoming festival which we would sadly miss. We stopped off at a cafe where we served by an androgynous youth and decided not to have a pumpkin pie, muffin or coffee. The I-1 soon started hugging the coast, which became more dramatic as we headed south. It was quite rough too as we saw several surfers. We arrived ...