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... breaking slightly under even on our previous times at the Casinos. It was getting late so we decided to quit, while we were ahead and go to bed. This was a good end to our gambling experience on board of the Emerald Princess. So we said Goodnight to Brenda and Natasha and retired to our cabin. For on the morrow we would be arising early to Disembark from the Emerald Princess and this week of fun and adventure.
Before continuing about our trip ...
... We did a walk around the grounds and headed back to San Juan with Charlie wanting us to have a Mexican experience at Jardines De San Juan - a tequila and a meal. We were a little too early for both, but enjoyed looking around.
Instead of Mexican we were treated to Charlie's Italian spaghetti bol. (Charlie lived in Italy for many years as an artist and his works have been exhibited in many European cities). It was delicious and enjoyed.
... not a beach girl, but I'm all about awe and majesty, and the coast of CA, with the Pacific pounding is very much both. It was a very cool and cloudy day, so getting out of the car literally took my breath away, LOL, but we got some great views.
As I said, I'm not a beach girl, and Santa Cruz was the stereotypical beach, but we walked a bit. I had my only B A D meal of the trip, what was supposed to be a Veggie Taco and was ...
... 8221; which is in a “village area where Pebble Beach owners could shop for groceries and high end goods as well as do their banking … we did banking - a withdrawal !
We didn’t go into the Lodge which is a hotel – Mike thinks the nightly charge is about $400. Someone asked about the cost of a round of golf at Pebble Beach and Mike told us it was $650 for the round !! Wow … you used to be able to play ...
... you could never want nor need. But it's full of restaurants and seafood, so I can't be all bad. Frisco (sharp intake of disapproving breath) is apparently second only to Paris for the amount of restaurants per capita. There is every type of cuisine you can imagine including the local speciality of boudin in a sourdough trencher. (Fish in bread. Think fish finger sandwiches and you'll be nowhere near). Although the most spectacular sounding place has to be Asia SF. This ...