Let me tell you about this last trip.
We went to Half Moon Bay, CA, and stayed at the Ritz-Carlton. (I told you we wouldn't be able to go to these places.)
The photo above is just one of the many beautiful views from the coastal trail.
This photo is also from the coastal trail. There is a nice little bridge with this view out onto the ocean. The air coming off of the water was so cold that we each snapped a photo, and then moved on.
Yes, I said the air coming off of the water was so cold. This is not your sunny California location. This was the forecast for the week we were there.
This is the best Key Lime Pie I have ever eaten, nevermind it was the first piece I ever ate. :) If you have a chance to go to Sam's Chowder House in Half Moon Bay, you must eat a piece of this pie.
It is kind of hard to tell what this is, but you know I will tell you. This is a semi-hairless dog. It was the ugliest dog I have ever seen in person. It was very friendly, but certainly not one of the dogs I wanted to pet.
That day McD was free for lunch, so we headed to Pasta Moon in town, and I have to say that was the best Italian food I have ever eaten. It is true Italian food, and all of the pasta is made there on site. Yum!!!
This is the menu for the last night we were there. It looks like a lot of food when it is all printed up like this.
Here's the salad.
And the entree.
The prawn were on a plate of their own, and I was happy to share them with one of our friends at our table. I did eat the short ribs and potatoes. I was still a little hungry, so when I received a text from my friend telling me that they had a surprise for me I was pretty excited! She wasn't feeling well, so she and her husband skipped the last dinner. I was sending her photos of the meal that she was missing. :)
My surprise? Well, it was a fabulous piece of Key Lime Pie from Sam's Chowder House!! The only problem was that I didn't have any silverware in my room. The only thing that looked like it could be used as a utensil was a Ritz stamped shoe horn. Don't worry, I didn't. I tore that box apart and ate it right out of the box. :) Where there is a will, there is a way!