Nick's Cove Restaurant, Oyster Bar, Cottages
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Great food with lovely atmosphere
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Our day started with a lovely breakfast where we chatted to other b&b guests from Korea & America, it was like a family breakfast round a beautiful table in the lovely old house. We then headed to the Petterson car museum just down the road. We booked in for a guided tour not realising that as well as the two floors we could wander around …
... wrote the song as a tribute to the annual springtime return of the Cliff Swallows to Mission San Juan Capistrano in Southern California.* With all of that history, we just had to see it.
We skipped taking a guided or walking tour and decided just to look around. The gardens are beautiful ...
... 37 for Josie (yes, Mac is now considered an adult).
It’s a big zoo, but very well laid out. We began our trek in The Lost Forest, the largest area of the park, wrapping our way around a tangle of trails. We saw many exotic birds, orangutans, monkeys, a beautiful tiger, and tapirs. All of us were snapping pictures. The tiger was most impressive, with eyes like jewels. Seriously, how can anyone kill these animals?
We ended up at the ...
... from this particular area of the park since it was so unique and new to all of us. We stopped in Lizzie’s little knick-knack place (a gift shop right out of the “Cars” movie) and we found some winners – Hurray!
Cheryl was particularly taken with the "Cozy Cone." It has special meaning for us since we stayed in the Wigwams in Holbrook, AZ. The Wigwams were the model for the "Cozy Cone" motel. Disney ...
... and I could now see why Coventry must have been quite a change when she came over for a semester abroad. Blue skies, palm trees and Californian beaches just a stone's throw away, hard to compete with that!
I also took the chance to visit some of those local beaches; to dip a toe in the ocean; watch the surfers; and feel the sand between my toes. The sunsets were always worth the wait, an incredible display ...