Hyatt Carmel Highlands
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A great view of the coast near Carmel, good meal at L'Auberge, a lot of very ordinary art galleries, Big Sur with lunch on the bluff, breakfast overlooking the 18th at Pebble Beach.
Per and I have done some pretty thrilling things on this trip: swimming in crocodile-infested rivers (only a slight exaggeration), eating food on Vietnam trains (served from a bucket), crossing the road in Saigon (it's a miracle we're alive) and staying at Club Crocodile (never again). But nothing compares to our thrill at finding our very own log …
... s molt bonica però hi tornava a haver boira.
A les 3.15 hem començat la visita a la Universitat d'Stanford. Ens ha guiat un estudiant i ens ha ensenyat aquest campus tan meravellós. Hi ha 16,000 estudiants (només el 7% d'estrangers, 54% nois i 48% noies) i unes instal.lacions que et vénen ganes de tornar a estudiar.
Ara som ...
... William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) made his fortune in newspapers but his father had made his from the gold rush days. Hearst Castle was built on ranch land where the family used to camp whilst in the area. Hearst developed this house after the death of both parents and had planned for this to be a simple, ranch style retreat where he could relax and entertain away from the east coast pretentious crowd. He worked with architect Julia Morgan for 28 ...
... at the car rental place for Rita to land from Texas, then Ms. Goldy arrived and then there were five.
We rented a second car, a white Altima, and headed for lunch at Cheesecake Factory, then headed off to Carmel. Rita and I desperately trying to keep up with Miss Goldy, as Jonelle said, like peanut butter and jelly. The drive took over two hours because the traffic was much worse than expected.
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