Saturday, June 28, 2008

Cambria Mini-Vacation Day 2

Sorry this is a bit late, but better late than never, right? :)

Here is a photo-summary of what we did on day 2:
Jackson got the king-size bed all to himself during his morning nap!We ate lunch at an English tea room called The Tea Cozy. This was probably one of the best eating experiences I have ever had! The little sandwiches were wonderful, the deserts were amazing and they had PG Tips and Scottish Blend tea...yum! We also had a chicken pasty and that was delicious. The service was wonderful. The atmosphere was calm and quaint. For any of you who are going to Cambria sometime in the future, I definitely recommend this place!The inside of The Tea Cozy.Scottish Blend with a wee bit of milk and sugar is the best! Notice the "tea cozy" on the pot? Hence, the name of the restaurant!The Sticky Toffee Pudding was a close second to the Sticky Toffee Pudding I had in Bushmills, Northern Ireland (and that is pretty good!).Troy enjoyed his spot of tea!After lunch at The Tea Cozy, we headed up the coast to The Ragged Point. The Ragged Point is just that...a really ragged point high above the ocean. It is breathtaking there! See for yourself!Jackson and I enjoy the view.
Yea! A family photo!Jackson and I feed the squirrels. There were very friendly!Jackson watches the Elephant Seals. They like to sunbathe all along the coast.After our afternoon excursion, Troy's parents offered to watch Jackson while Troy and I went into town for dinner. We ate at a restaurant called The Sow's Ear.The food was pricey, but really, really tastey! I ordered the pot roast and Troy ordered the macadamia nut-crusted halibut. Both meals were delicious. They serve what they called "flower pot bread" there. The bread is actually baked and served in a little flower pot! Very creative!
After a wonderful dinner, Troy and I drove back to Moonstone beach and took a stroll. We also took this awesome picture of us and the sunset!On day three, we got up for one last stroll on the beach. We had a great time and want to go back at least once a year! Perhaps I will paint this picture...

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