Pacific Crest Inn by the Sea
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... should be easy but Nancy the sat-nav has us going over the mountains, we see some signs on the road no doubt put I one residents advising that the sat-nav is wrong, so we turn around and find ourselves. The museum is just out of this world, the architecture of the site is stunning and the art on display is really really top quality, they have Picasso, Turner and whole sections of Dutch Grand Masters and it's all for free.....frankly the best collection money can buy, and that is ...
... driving on these very narrow and windy roads with Marie getting very agitated and constantly telling me to get over to the left. At one stage I ran over a big tree root that projected into the road so that made it worse. Eventually we emerged onto State street only a few blocks from our hotel. When I checked later on Google maps we had done about 20km of windy back roads parallel to the highway which was what we told the girl in ...
... time and actually, it was pretty good. I don't ever eat seafood so for me, it was kind of a big deal.
At the end of the night, at 10:30 PM, they brought me back home and Ty gave me a Lindor chocolate bunny for Easter. It was so sweet of her and I really appreciated it.
Friday, I am going to DISNEYLAND!!! I am SO looking forward to it! I am going there with Ty, once again. I think we are going to have ...
... 5 commercial
retail units that was required during development permitting because they front on main-ish artery zoned
for commercial activity. Now after 10 years the commercial areas have been paid
off from the rentals which will now contribute to the community's cash flow. A
lovely bunch of people, they remind me a lot of the Prairie
Sky folk with a nice mix of people with strong process skills
and processes. Aris Weaver who consults to ...
... frustration but as we walked back to our digs along the stylish streets of this attractive town the tune came flooding back. It is an old 80s' number by the Melbourne outfit Boom Crash Opera called Dancing in the Storm. Some of it started to play over in my head. First the catchy tune, then some lines from the second verse: Gone are the days of complacency. Gone are the nights of indifference. Then the whole thundering chorus roared up in my head ...