Pearlessence Vineyard Inn
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... 8211; and very coarse but very pretty. The rocks were also surprising to me – they were mainly black (hence the sand) but also tan, red and green. When I left the hotel it was 81 degrees and sunny, so I threw on shorts and flip-flops. When I got to the beach it was 62 degrees and windy (but still sunny), but fortunately I had my jacket. Otherwise it would have been very uncomfortable.
I have ...
... explains how The Ace In The Hole has a rather, um, casual policy regarding minors when accompanied by a parent or 2. So we said what the hell, and off we went to the Ace, daughter in tow.
It wasn't a long evening there. More like dinner and drinks. Tashi sat and watched the locals hammer out an intense putting green contest while I marvelled at the fact that here we were, in my daughter's first bar- The Ace In The Hole Cider Pub, deep in Tofu County.
... place. And are we glad we did. JJ and his band were great. JJ was brilliant again, and the guitarist was amazing too. Sarah had a little sing, like JJ wanted her too as well. Even though JJ's band knew nothing Sarah knew. Eventually she just sang Natural Woman, acapella. Everyone really enjoyed it. By this point we had already met some really cool guys, whose names have escaped me. We argued about the UK and America. Which was the best. Which had the stupidest sports. We even ...
We were met at the LA airport by Angela's parents, who'd flown in from Seoul a week earlier, her sister, Gina, and husband Doug. It was family time and what better way to bond than on a road trip north to the Napa Valley in a massive motor home.
On route we called into Santa Barbara, did the 17 Mile Drive where the Pebble Beach golf course is, drove through San Francisco, saw the sunset through the Golden Gate ...
... another walk around the site, and played another couple games of tetherball, which Brit lost again, although she didn’t eat it as badly as the night before.
We finished our bag of oatmeal, and dried cranberries, and then packed up our tent. We were on our way to the National Park Visitors Center by 10am. We didn’t find any good bumper stickers, but we did get some good advice on how to spend the day.
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