Casa De Fruta
Photos of Casa De Fruta
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa De Fruta Hollister
Travel Blogs from Hollister
We stopped in Hollister to visit Mike Sullivan’s sister Sue, and Arron. What a great visit we had. They took us to Carmel where we got our first
view of the Pacific Ocean and I got to walk along the beach and get my feet
wet. The water is almost as cold as it
is along the Maine coast. I had expected
it to be a little …
... we had chosen to stay at for the night. Luckily, it was just outside of Santa Cruz and not far from the Boardwalk itself. Once at the campsite, we set up the tent, ate our dinner, and retired for the night.
The next day (Oct. 19th), we went to another place where my family and I frequented quite often when I was younger. We drove a mere 45 minutes from our campsite to Monterey Bay to check out the Monterey Bay Aquarium. ...
Day 12, Salinas – The last special event of our reunion with Berkeley was meeting Heather, his fiancée. We packed up the car and rendezvoused at a café as we headed north again. Heather is a lovely, beautiful lady and we enjoyed getting to know her in our short time together. Her son is in Europe and has visited a few of the places we were last summer, so we had a lot in common to chat about.
We got on the road and decided to ...
... her walking boot.
Old Fisherman's' Wharf is much like Navy Pier or Pier 39 in San Francisco, except that it appears to be more authentic. No chain store or "Bubba Gump's Shrimp", just restaurants, crepes, and old time tchotchke. Katie and I ate at Gilbert's, which we would rate as "just ok", but that was all right for us. I had the grilled fish sandwich, Katie the seafood skewers. It was the quiet time of the day, about ...
... to search for a meditation practice place back home.
Qigong with Breige follows. We practice the moves we learned in the last couple of days. At the end of the class we all say our goodbyes, all agreed that we feel very rejuvenated and refreshed.
Lunch is served, and everyone is on their way home with ...
Other places to stay in Hollister
660 San Felipe Road, Hollister | Motelfrom $76