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... nick-nacks by the RV load, the occasional low-rider pumping out gangster doof with the silver tooth chauffeur in wrap around shades smiling at inflatable orange girls. And the endless NO rules along with reminders that you are standing on US property and you will be trespassing if you proceed.
We walked the beach front, from lighthouse to surfer statue whistling "This Land Is Your Land." From ice cream store to roller coaster, we fixed dinner in the ...
... limited to walking about the town and dipping in and out of shops! For dinner we stopped in a nice burger joint, whilst watching the basketball on the tele. We made our way back to the car, and instead of making our way to a campsite, we though we might as well stay in our van overnight in the nice area. However about 11 o'clock Lois spotted a policeman outside our van. I thought he was speaking to the car in front, ...
... Le P'tite Paysan, a viognier from California (we learned a new word - "viognier"). Next up was Schied (whose granddaughter was in the first place we were tasting!) and it was good too. Having had enough wine, we decided to look for dinner. Decided on Cantinetta Luca - an Italian place. We mostly got appetizers, with Kelly getting a large tray of meats and MIL got a seafood salad. Everything was delicious, and the service was good. FIL went ...
... quite a few years now, the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
As I approach the aquarium, I remember how I first heard about this institution. It was on the Discovery Channel. Since that program, I've wanted to go to two particular aquariums, the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois and the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey Bay, California.
Well, I made it to one of them, finally after all these years. And, all I can say is that I had the biggest grin on my face. I'm ...
... DJ. The drive was an easy (for me anyway) three hours from the busy freeways of the bay area down south along the curvy and hypnotizing highway 1, providing endless panoramas of the big blue ocean, which seemed to be swallowing the golden cliffside on which we were driving.
Upon reaching our first campsite of Kirk Creek we had little to set up before venturing down the cliff to a rocky outcrop and baked in the sun like the sea lions of San ...