Indian Springs Resort and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and chips fans Pete was the fisherman. Hosting these rallys are a lot of work. Hoping we don't get roped into one anytime soon! * We bought chicken, potatoes, link sausage, a bottle of Tabasco, and a bag of lemons and limes all for $6! Plus a lot of laughs. The rally is officially over today, Sunday. We are staying until tomorrow. The weather has changed and it could rain. Pete did golf but by himself no one else wanted to ...
... a perfect first stop. We ate lunch at Ca 'Momi an Italian cafe their wine and food were very good. We chatted with a couple of local's who were very friendly, they gave us some recommendations of places to see.
We drove into town and walked around to get a feel for the place lots of wine stores and restaurants and a Safeway for breakfast supplies. Lazed around the pool it was ...
... away. What a discovery! Most of Big Sur is viewed from above there are not a lot of beaches easily accessible. But this one after a brief wait was ideal. The water was ice cold but the beach was not. I could have stayed forever! San Francisco was calling and after a 4 hour beachfront view we needed to be moving along. The drive up was pretty, but not as scenic and south Hwy 1. Still impressive. We found a food stand with incredibly cheap produce from the local farms that were all over ...
We started our trip with a night at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. It's a nice place up on Nob Hill. Hung out in China town for the evening which is always fun. As the morning came the busses brought us to the pier to board the ship. We met up with friends from past cruises. There are more people here that we know than we knew were coming so that's nice. Dinner the first night with Rudy and Shirley at the Compass Rose. It's great to get reacquainted. The 1st ...
... headed out to the “wine strip”, as I call it. We were hoping to find a couple wineries that were still open and doing tastings.
We headed south, and stopped at the Charles Krugg Winery which had a sign saying they were open until 5pm, it was 4:48pm. We walked in and asked if they were still doing tastings, and the lady looked at us and then her watch and then back at us, and said well technically the last one is at 4:45pm, but let’s do ...