The Beverly Heritage Hotel
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... base of the Golden Gate, allowed us to take some beautiful pics of the GGB in some decent sunlight, which seemed to be hiding behind the clouds the whole day prior. Retracing our travels back to the hotel, we decided to rest our achey feet before heading out to dinner at, guess where... The Cheesecake Factory!! A sneaky move up the line from the host, cut our waiting time in half to 40 minutes. Weirdly it was busier on a Tuesday night then it was on a Friday ...
... break the bank at the same time.
After much planning, I designed a leisurely trip across America without too many back-to-back driving days, and none of those entail more than five hours of driving. I've made a promise to myself to take lots of photos, to walk at least an hour every day -- hopefully more when I get to some really ...
... Googley, from whiteboards and snack food to the design principles behind our office spaces. Keep an eye out for SpaceShipOne and Stan, our resident T-Rex!
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... We checked a few surf spots and watched people surf for an hour or so. Although the waves were pretty small for SC standards, it would've been a great day in Florida. We both agreed Santa Cruz is a great little town with fresh food, good vibes, and plenty of surf spots.
The sun was setting, so we started looking for a campground. After visiting a few in the area, we found that the cheapest campsite you can find in California is $35, and some near ...
... would help to keep the taste. We got home a little after 3 pm and tried the chicharon. The one without meat was very crunchy and the one with meat was really, really greasy. They weren't bad but definitely not like the ones I tasted when I was in Colombia. It did satisfy the craving though! :)
We had a bit of snacks at home while we waited for Cindy to come over. When she got here, we all piled into the car and went to ...
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