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... roller coasters and other rides and a large pier. There were a lot of people at the beach and there were beach volleyball courts set up allowed over the beach. We headed back out into the freeway southbound and soon enough we were passing Monterey and at Carmel. The GPS gave us a bum steer and we ended up in a very residential part of town. We headed for what looked like the Main Street and got back on track. Our accommodation here is a great little place, a ...
... were WeChatting with other friends in China and it was a little surreal, like there was a phantasmal crowd there with us. I sent a couple recordings and typed to them. Jie obviously has many friends that care for her, i like that. Tomorrow we head home, flying out at 11:30 local, and get home around 7pm. Thank you all for your visits and kind comments on this travel blog. More stories in REAL LIFE. Bye... Tim & Jie ...
... Monterey which was the first mission in Monterey and the French Hotel where Robert Louis Stevenson, the author, resided for part of 1879. Interestingly, Middlebury College in Vermont has their Monterey Institute of International Studies in many of the historic adobe structures. What a great place to study, Monterey! Part of the 5+ mile walk went by the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) Hall where I had Japanese Obon practice when I visited ...
... It was actually a pleasant shopping experience except for having to tell Gary No on every aisle!
We will be going to Monterey Bay Aquarium on Friday and really looking forward to seeing my friend Roberta who is a docent there and seeing all the little sea otters. Will be sure to get plenty of pictures there to share with everyone.
I am actually off to do a little laundry-some of the same chores must be done even on the road.
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... One popular in the south that sounds kinda weird is waffles and fried chicken. Ruth Ann order it and we all had tastes. Them southerners are definitely on to something there.
We spent the rest of the day just hanging out and waiting for dinner. And what a dinner it was. Willi has been the sous chef (the second in command and chef of the kitchen) at Eiko's for about two months. Eiko's serves modern Japanese cuisine and about ...