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... later in August!) Fisherman`s Wharf is the old wharf or pier once used by the fishing industry in the past. it now has shops, arcades and restaurants. There is still some commercial fishing the but the Marina is now full of yachts and pleasure boats.
A little further around the coast is Cannery Row which was once the centre of the sardine canning business in the past. It was also made famous as the setting for ...
... Portland is gorgeous! Green, green with massive colorful trees, hedges, ferns, fruit trees and flowers all over the place. We visited Washington Park - a 410 acre hillside area that includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children’s museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, amphitheater, memorials, archery range, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and several miles of trails.
... would enjoy it - Rock was a ship pilot in the Panama Canal and Althea graduated from Stanford - the sponsor of the Institute - perfect match. We enjoyed the tour very much and also the walk around the grounds along the beach. It was a beautiful day and there were lots of seals on the shore with their pups. So picturesque.
After that, we had lunch at The Cypress Inn in Carmel, a hotel owned by ...
... to dreaming prolifically all night, I wonder why?
The following day we relaxed as best we could and did a bit of snorkelling at Turquoise Bay enjoying views of Humpback whales breaching beyond the breakers. The day before our world charger was successfully delivered to the caravan site and we were able to charge all of our electrical items but somehow and still a mystery to this day accidentally misplaced the ******* thing that same day. Tara is adamant I left it plugged in at ...
... 1. The Pacific Coast Highway has some amazing stretches! We stopped at the parking lot of a roadside restaurant and took some great pictures of pelicans fishing.
We stopped and bought gas and a salad for supper at Costco (surprise!), then finally got to Monterey about 9pm. Tomorrow we go to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, supposedly rated 7th among the aquariums of the world. It’s Dan’s favorite, and he’s wanted to take me there for ...