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... the glorious hill we descended yesterday. A mile+ later, we smelled around for the source of delicious baking aromas in the air before landing on Julian's Cafe. We advised the groups behind us to join us & join us they did! We practically packed out the house & the servers did an amazing job of keeping everyone well equipped. I personally ordered sausage biscuits & gravy and a slice of homemade apple crumb pie a la mode because, why ...
... right hand side. I love watching both the surfers and the seals expertly riding the swells. Nights in ocean side campsites spent falling asleep to the sound of waves crashing on the beach (trying not to think about the constant tsunami zone warning signs).
After a week off the bike in Los Gatos, staying with family, it took a while to get back into the rhythm of the road. Great weather helped, as did some of the most spectacular and iconic scenery. Field upon field ...
... more if we decided to stay there for a month or more.
Last night we were able to be with the granddaughters for Halloween ... Talia almost didn't want to put her costume on .... she is young and still didn't really understand all about the hoopla that would be out there. In the end, though, we did go out to a Trunk or Treat, a new-to-me idea and a great one. Set at a church in the parking lot with candy given out of the trunks ...
... diving attempts!
Venice beach was very hippy, local stalls with interesting art and weird people!! We took a drink and then headed into our taxi back to the hostel, we all crashed out and took on board a few more cold ones. After showering, Simon realised he was totally burnt on his back, with a nice hand mark where he applied his sun lotion, school boy error!!! Ouch!!!!!
A great day, San Diego ...
... The architecture and landscaping are very impressive. These days it is home to about 16 museums, cultural and recreational facilities, gardens, and the San Diego Zoo. We didn't visit any museums today, but I have my eye on the Museum of Photographic Arts for the next time I'm around. We elected instead to roam around the park taking pictures of whatever interested us. We stopped in at the Japanese Tea Pavillion (which bore little resemblance ...