BEST WESTERN PLUS Brookside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... part we have had a great time together, lots of laughing and doing things together, having meals together. My Dad has been in Malaysia this past week and a half so I have been taking Alex to seminary and school in the mornings. It has been a nice time to be with him and continue getting to know him in this new chapter of his life. Balancing being a sister and a friend and a neutral ear and making sure not to just throw myself into his space, show enough respect ...
... kiss cheeks in greeting. Lingering hands hold onto each other as people chat and welcome each other or just talk...men, women and children alike. The people used to make fun of Ryan and I when all we would do was fist bump. We stopped shaking hands from the onset of the first wave of Ebola, we stopped hugging people (which was super super hard!) and we even stopped having friends over. Now Ryan said the people won't even fistbump with him or each other. ...
... flamingoes. And we had lunch at Charlies, which is one of the larger buffet-style restaurants. Heaps of people everywhere. We had a great time, and loved it all, and appreciated Chris taking the time to show us around. Visited the Google store, and bought some T shirts for the kids, and plastic carry-bags for me and my friends. Aya and Alyssa came back and picked us up, and we went off to the Japanese $1.50 store. ...
... down the easier path. My grandad went straight down it. His new hat says, "for ages 14 and up" so he's joking around that he's only 14 and went down the hill no problem. Once we met him at the beach we sat there and watched the surfers and played in the sand for a while. Then we headed back to the car and said goodbye to my aunt and grandparents as they were going back to Redwood City. My uncle and cousin ...
... through Cannery Row, watched some kayakers and otters, and then found some baby seals playing 'king of the rock' until a big wave would come and knock them all off and the game would start again (come on, who doesn't like to watch baby animals at play?).
After lunch we hopped on the Pacific Coast Highway, which was much more pleasant this time around. In this stretch, the road wound casually along the coast, supplying beautiful views of the ...