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Last year at the Old Fisherman Wharf there were no sun and the weather was rainny and sky was grey, so I didn't feel like I went to the sea/beach side. But this time, gosh the sky was so blue and clear, the killer sun was super hot...-__-;
Freda | September 8, 2004 09:07 PM
What Hollywood look!? haha~
Joan and I remarked the same thing too, the fake Japanese Inn just can't bring themselves to go ALL the way with their attempted exotic Japanese theme...especially the safe and limited way American eat...
Once you park and walk down the beach at the 17-mile you'd come across a gate and must pay to get thru (to the 'scenic area'), it's just ridiculous~~ Later when we are the bead store, the owner told this guy "don't go to 17-mile drive, you have to pay and there's nothing to see..." :(
Freda | September 9, 2004 07:12 PM
Oh nice pictures~~~~~
The town looks pretty - it is a seaside resort kinda place, right? It seems so crowded with tourists.
Innocent school gal look is Joan, sexy Hollywood look is Freda? ^^;;;; Is that the new necklace you got? Nice~~~~
Must be quite an anti-climax to stay in a fake Japanese styled inn....but wait, Japanese style IS supposed to exotic there....and how strange they serve you croissant but not rice and pickles and smelly beans, haha!
Hey you mean you have to pay to drive by yourself, in your own car, along the coastline...my god...
seat | September 9, 2004 06:15 AM