Oasis Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Margeritas, the boys beer) and anticipating food. Oh, and Robyn settled in to take some photographs in the fading light.
Jonathan did a rough translation - entrees, salads, mains and specialties - he did this from memory of other Mexican restaurants and price - and so we decided on an entree and main each.
Big mistake. The entrees were delicious - just enormous, and Robyn couldn't finish her crumbed calamari and Margie left half of her fish salad.
... the drive down the Big Sur for the day. Our first picturesque town was Carmel - lovely! The cameras were already snapping like crazy and before we knew it, Bixby Bridge was on the horizon. Except that we were slightly mistaken and it wasn't Bixby Bridge, it was the bridge before! Anyway it looked pretty good, and so we took the view in and then carried on down the road. And then we mistakenly drive straight over Bixby Bridge - oops! Bixby was erected in 1932 and stands 280 ft above ...
... a few small glasses, we were ready to head to the next stop. Close by, Aaron & Liz took me to the Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company. We ordered a delicious pizza, and I ordered a beer sampler which included a brown ale measured at 17%25 alcohol. This is where it starts to get fuzzy, but I remember the beer and pizza tasting really good! The final stop of the night was at American Ale, a brew pub just off ...
... from the adult menu for the first time tonight and that proved to be too much too soon for her also. She got a bad stitch and strangely me doing jazzercise and Darcy doing aerobics for her did not prove to be helpful. We're now feeling very relaxed and full back in our room. Evan is becoming a bit focused on the onslaught of pharmaceutical ads on tv and he's become pretty concerned about the dangers of contracting shingles. He seems to ...
... The captain decided it was dangerous to continue onwards so had to turn back. We safely made it back towards the pier and were greeted by sea lions perched on a boye. It was a hilarious sighting, certainly entertaining! The sun began to go down behind us, it was a beautiful sight, no cloud could cover. We watched the sky change colour as the Sun went down behind the mountains. Our first sunset cruise since travelling! ...