Pacific Grove Inn
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Old houses but the rooms are very spacious and clean.
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... out I saw another fin that looked less like a dolphin and was a little scared for a second...then I realised it was just a sea lion swimming on his side sticking one fin up! He did this for over 10 minutes so he was either imitating the dolphins or he was regulating his temperature as I had read about this recently.
As we headed back in we also made a seal friend called Stevie the Seal...he looked pretty young and just kept coming close to us and was really intrigued by us. ...
... up the detail, Tara has put "Bruce was in a bad mood for most of the day", well I don't remember why but I guess the diary doesn't lie.)
I went to try find our world adapter charger unit but could not locate it anywhere. Eventually realising that I had left it in our hotel room in Perth, bugger. So with our phone that my cousin had lent us way back in Robina, near Gold Coast we managed to get the hotel to find the charger, but because we were leaving Cervantes the next day ...
... have three cousins living in PG or close by, Sayo and her husband, Mel, Russ and his wife, Cindy, and Gerry.
Once we got into PG, we drove to Pebble Beach/17 Mile Drive to Sticks in Spanish Bay for lunch. This was one of our favorite places for lunch and we love the view from the restaurant. In the parking lot, we saw an avid Oregon Ducks fan! At lunch, we admired the ocean and golf course. I had ahi tuna tacos which is ahi tuna on toasted nori with greens and strips ...
... to die. And all for pizza!
Well pizza is one thing. I do miss good pizza. I love California and all my friends and my life here in Monterey. But home is home, and I have friends and family back east that I miss, and I'm ready to retire and go back. This is going to be a record of my travels because my friends seem interested and since I'm making this long trip alone this travel blog will give ...
... bonus it was happy hour all day. After having truly gorged ourselves on a few appetizers and a butterfish each we capped it off by splitting the massive & tasty Hula pie.
We ended the night at the Mucky Duck followed by a few other local establishments where we met a variety of colorful characters (or maybe we were the characters....I can't be sure)
Side note: Chris' 'beard' is officially out of control.