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Hi All Hollywood yesterday was brilliant! Had a big travel day today-9 hours of driving in total! Stopped along the way just to take snaps of what was some of the best scenery I have ever seen along the Pacific Highway. We took Route 101 then Route 1 along the coast. We also popped in to Pebble Beach Golf Club for a nose. Stopping off in a place called Salinas tonight (where John Steinbeck is from!) then will be in San Fran by tomorrow late morning. Bring it ...
... where we get some nice chocolate desserts, and we wander around the wharf a little bit as well while we call Lavinia's sister to catch up on how our travels are going. Our accommodation for the evening is in Monterey, so we head over there and check in so we can get to sleep. The kids are really hyperactive and excited, so it takes a little bit to calm them down, before we can go to sleep for the evening - it's been another eventful ...
... went on as a single and met up with three other guys. Turns out, one of them lives across the street from our house. What a small world! You’ll see in one of the photos that the deer roam the course unafraid of the golfers!
Well, that has been our life for the last three days. Need to get ready for dinner with Gerry.
Thanks to everyone for your comments and emails!
... and enjoyed the spectacular views with the clear sunny skies. Our route took us through Carmel and Monterrey Bay and then down a winding mountain road. We finally found a welcome center but strangely enough it was at a mall in San Mateo! We ate a quick lunch in the food court and then it was time to make a decision about where we're headed since we're less than 25 miles from SF. We consulted our trusty coupon book and found a motel with free parking, a must have in ...
... We raced back to our meter, fed it, and walked on to Pier 39. This pier has been refit much like Chicago's Navy Pier. It has all the tourist traps that cost way too much money. It does have a few free things to do. There are always street performers here. There are great views of Alcatraz and the activity in the bay. The best thing, though, is to go down to the docks on the west side of the pier where a team of California sea lions have taken up residence. They ...
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