- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... interested in seeing beautiful vistas, unique geological formations and rare plant communities.
I will let the pictures work in place of the 1000 words, but have to add we felt desperately in need of binoculars and Mom. We took pictures so you could help identify some things. Your botanical knowledge would have proved very useful. The park was all it had promised to be and we left after a few hours of wandering with sore calves ...
... as ever, with D cooking a delicious meal on our first night after our long and tiring journey. The next day we awoke and had coffee with D before following her hand drawn map to the Julia Pfeiffer Burns national park, where after a short walk we came upon a clifftop view of a beautiful cove with a waterfall cascading into the turquoise ocean as sea birds flew overhead and dotted the rolling surf. Being sad to leave this idyllic spot we followed D 's ink to the ...
... side of the card that describes the situation, if you are inclined to read it. We also had tiramisu, and ate it before we remembered to take a photo!!!
Last night, we had dinner at my cousin’s house. If you want a recipe for a wonderful short rib recipe, let me know. Got Sayo’s recipe… although her son swears that she leaves out an ingredient when she gave it to him!
... ideas about what we were going to see, and both didn't think it was going to take long. 17mile drive turns out to be a road, with absolutely stunning views, and many stopping points. We started off thinking it was going to be slightly boring, but wow, our breath was taken away. We saw beautiful mountains, forest, kelp forests, sea views, beaches, cliffs, seals, sea lions, hummingbirds, pelicans, cormorants, ...
... the hills near her aunt's house. It is apparently the lattice capital of the world, or at least the US :) The rolling yellow hills and the serenity is really nice. At that point we earned our dinner climbing the hills and I decided to make omelets... I burned them a little, and the frying pan, and it was more scrambled than omelet, but still not bad with onions and mushrooms and cheddar.