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... ago to use as a studio.
We headed away from Monterey Bay, stopping at Chef Lee's Mandarin House for lunch, before heading back to the "country" to buy artichokes for dinner at one of the local roadside markets. The area around where Pat and Charlie live is predominately market gardens. Berries, broccoli, garlic, artichokes, brussel sprouts - as far as the ...
David here once again to update you on our grand adventure! Now, where were we? Oh yes, Santa Cruz. Well, after we had spent the night in Santa Cruz we took our time getting on the road to go to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk! One of my favorite places in the world. As a kid my family and I would come to the Boardwalk quite often during the summer and everytime we went everyone of us had a blast. Between the rides, junk food, ...
... was starting, so hotel rooms were hard to come by again. That’s the downside to spontaneous cross-county travel.
Miscellaneous Travel Trip #3
Do Your Best To Not Be Annoying and Forgive Quickly
In all the narrative given so far, the gritty, day-to-day of four people traveling several thousands of miles together has not been included and may give the wrong impression that we get along perfectly. That's ...
... little warmer. We went to
Fisherman’s Wharf in Monterey and got samples of clam chowder at about six different
restaurants on the wharf and checked out all the boats in the marina. Then it was on to Cannery Row Brewing Co and
a cold brew. We finished the day with
dinner at a local fish house. The next
We made plans to spend the afternoon in Gilroy and have dinner there. I found a couple of garlic shops and a winery for some wine tasting, we were in business. First stop was the Garlic Shoppe where we looked for vinegar infused with garlic and peppers. They didn’t have anything like that, but had hundreds of food items with garlic as an ingredient. Niece Danica had told us about the Garlic Festival every July and now we can ...