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... many different crops grown and harvested there. Unfortunately, this is all there is in Salinas! So our last night on the road was spent very cheerfully in Denny's diner, drinking beer, putting the world to rights, and eating burger and fries. For our final day on the road we left Salinas fairly early and drove up to Santa Cruz, aiming to arrive at brunch-time. We parked up in downtown and had a wander around the shops, including a stop for some food at Walnut Street Cafe - ...
... All along our journey today, we have kept bumping into another couple obviously making the same journey as ourselves. We saw them in Morro Bay, Hearst Castle, the Elphant Seals and now at the Nepenth restaurant. We had been admiring his car an AC Cobra, when he told me to sit in it to get my photo taken.
The car was lovely, but when you get in and out you have to be very careful not to burn your legs as the exhaust runs along the sides of the ...
We got moving quite early this morning – on the road at 7am.
First stop was Berkeley University – very pretty town. We then drove up to Napa Valley through Walnut Creek (these are places that Darren wanted to visit) then cut across to the golden gate bridge, crossed the bridge, went to the Arts Centre (has been on a few tv shows, beautiful architecture), ...
... hang out. You could hear them barking from the road. After we grabbed some coffee in Carmel-by-The-Sea. It's a very cute and sleepy little town. We finished our day with dinner at Cantilla Luca. My homemade pasta though spicy was delish.
We're back at our hotel resting up for our trek to San Francisco tomorrow. I know Mir will have me running ragged with all that he's planning. It's been a wonderful week so far!
... but the views were still impressive. Saw our first wildlife - we think they were deer, a blue bird thingy, and more sea lions. Spent a couple of hours hiking various trails until Pete realised we had missed a meal and we then headed to our accommodation in Carmel. We had booked a room on Airbnb as hostels are really expensive in the area, and were not disappointed - the house we ...