Avila Lighthouse Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... win the World Cup and Kirsty skyped Chanade. That afternoon we went back to Carmel. This time to see the town area. We walked up and down the streets of the well off carmel which were lined with Art Galleries, coffee places and nice restaurants. We had lemonades outside one of the bars. After a lazy day on Sunday it became ...
... was rattling and bumping around and I sat straight up in bed (I might have even gasped too, I can't be sure). I immediately jumped out of bed and ran into the doorway between the bathroom and the bedroom (because I know that's what you're supposed to do in an earthquake! How do I know? I've seen people do that in movies. MOVIES SAVE LIVES PEOPLE! But I digress..) So anyway, where was I? Oh yes, the doorway. By the time I got to the doorway, most ...
... br> Alexis (Fernando and Mirna's daughter) and Hannah went to the coffee shop on the beach after the sun went down and got coffee to keep us all warm. (Hot Cocoa for their Abuela).
After a lot of hugs and multiple goodbyes at the beach, Rob, Aurora, the grandkids and I went to Splash Cafe in Pismo Beach for a wonderful seafood dinner.
I have to say that this is a wonderful way to start the New Year. Loving my family time. Life is good. ...
... Rick wanted to take a look at the prop. We were concerned about the seemingly extra vibration we were feeling from the engine and propeller. We needed to moor the boat somewhere so he could put on his wet suit and mask and go over the side. As we were maneuvering to get away from the dock it became apparent the engine and prop were no longer throwing off excess vibrations. Evidently shifting the engine repeatedly from forward to reverse while ...
... before he wrote anything, or, as the Monterey tourist board has it "where he imagined the plot of Treasure Island". It was all a bit lame and dispiriting. And there was a vintage car fair (and an Aquaium). The fog returned today and it's chilly. This may be part of the reason for our disappointment, especially as it was 70F in Santa Cruz. Our rest stop in Monterey is neither quirky (as in Frisco) nor quaint (as in Santa Cruz) its interesting. We went down market for this one ...