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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunset Inn Pacific Grove
Sembra una baita... se fa freddo...c'è anche il camino in camera... l'unico problema è che se il vicino si fa la doccia... tu non dormi... ma comunque ottimo!!
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... hosting the Summer Solstice Festival. It was a pretty small event, with the usual types of vendors and food stands. We walked around while enjoying some pretty good roasted corn on the cob. Revlon had a booth and they were giving away hair color, so I got a blond, a red, and a dark brown, Bill felt a little left out. I’ve already tried the blond, but since it isn’t bleach it only lightened my hair a little. We eventually made it to the ...
... Halloween Pumpkin Patch. Now the Ridleys enjoy a good coffee stop and it wasn't long until we stopped off for an espresso in a quaint town called Pescadero. It was a beautiful & warm Autumn day as we continued down the coastline to the town of Santa Cruz, where we stopped off to admire the Pelicans and the large colony of seals sleeping underneath the pier. As the sun set we completed a 17 mile loop scenic drive ...
... with all of them. You'll see photos of family. And, after dinner, some of us went back to Sayo's and we ate her famous, Texas Sheet chocolate cake. And, it was confirmed why the cake is so good... three sticks of butter between the cake and frosting!
Monday, September 15 - After so many days in the car, we got our exercise - This morning, Dick went golfing over to PG Golf Course. And, he joined up with two guys who were in town for a high school reunion in a nearby ...
... leaning towards each other and meeting above us with the blue sky behind them. What a stunning shot!”
After a weekend in Monterrey, I head for L.A to visit sister Tricky and her 10-year son, Mykiss.
“Elizabeth, you don’t want to live in Santa Barbara, “ Tricky insists. “That is a retirement community where all the old people live.”
... intercom (of course i did, he was on the wrong side of the road) which distracted him! We did finally make it to our destination for the night, Monterey. It's on the bay and is known for it's fisherman's wharf. Before venturing out visiting the wharf I was in need of a drink to calm the nerves. We found a very quiet italian restaurant/bat where we managed to con the bar tender into making us our favourite cocktail-a Toblerone. It turned out to be a lovely spot, we it was ...