BEST WESTERN Silicon Valley Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopped along the way to view the cliffs, beaches and ocean. We then turned around and drove back towards Santa Cruz and our ultimate destination, Carmel. Santa Cruz was much larger than we expected, and colder too. There was a stiff wind blowing off the sea and although some Hardy locals were swimming and sunning themselves, it was as cold as winter at home. We drove along the beachfront road following the cliffs. Down at the main beach, there was a huge ...
... Rd over the mountain ridge over to Napa Valley. Much more crowded there... Napa is more of a city, Sonoma is more like what you'd expect this wine country towns to be like. Skip Napa, do Sonoma. We headed south to Sunnyvale near Cupertino (Apple!) and our hotel. We wrapped up this night by meeting a number of Jies friends from her college years and we had a very nice, warm dinner with them all. While we were eating ...
... standing up on the boards in the bay. Strolled near Fisherman's Wharf and then, Mel suggested we go along the Path of History where medallions in four languages were embedded in the cement sidewalk. We followed those and saw a lot of firsts: first Monterey jail, first custom house, the first federal court building, and Colton Hall (the place where they held the California Constitutional Convention). We also walked by the Cathedral of the ...
... college. I still remember her in diapers! Time does go by fast especially the older we get. I feel like I am chasing time now.
Tomorrow we head for Santa Cruz. Hoping the good weather holds for the beach which I am anxious to see. I miss big ocean waves in Bellingham - guess that's cause we don't have any!
One more interesting note: Went to Costoc in mid afternoon and it was basically EMPTY. I have not seen a Costco that empty since we moved ...
... cooks he is surrounded by (and that goes for his side of the family as well.)
So for our brunch we all went to a little breakfast/lunch place founded, owned and operated by a friend of Willi's from their school days at the CIA. They don't have a website but the food is delicious. The biscuits in particular are "to die for." Patti says she'd give anything to get his recipe. Between us we had several dishes and all were ...