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post #61 of 66
hmmmmmm........that's been my SF/ Berkley experience.....
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post #62 of 66
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Cafe Fanny will be a Berkeley stop!

I spent years cutting carbs and rarely eating bread, but when I did, I always tried to make it good bread. I still have to watch carbs closely (I'm diabetic due to medications I have to take). But Acme's and, as Shel and Shroom are saying, so many others in the Bay area, there's a promise of a lot of breat worth eating.:lips:
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post #63 of 66
not only bread, but olives, cheeses, fruits, seafood......
Dr. Art Lang....Happy Apple booth at the market behind Ferry Plaza has some incredible dried fruit....and chocolate dipped satsumas.
bread is exceptional though, it'd be hard to pick at the FP.
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post #64 of 66
Mezz-

OK, so you don't like museums, but:

If you go to Monterey and don't spend a day at the Aquarium, you will have missed the high point of your trip! :rolleyes:

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post #65 of 66
Another vote for the Monterey Bay Aquarium. While in the area, the 17 Mile Drive might be nice - a lot of people seem to like it - as would a visit to the Steinbeck Museum in Salinas.

South of Big Sur is the Hearst "Castle" and Hearst Ranch. My wife and I enjoyed that.

shel
post #66 of 66
third on the Aquarium.....they actually have a ray petting pool.....really neat!
We used to stay at Pejaro (sp?) Dunes between Carmel and Monterrey....you can watch the sea otters break open shelled bivalves on their tummies.
It's near Gilroy as in Garlic Fest the end of July, also artichokes in Castroville.....if you keep driving south, one of my favorite towns is Solvang....they've got incredible danish cookie shops and Aveskivers with whipped cream and raspberry jam kiosk. Well, there's also the lace shops and antiques etc...but an aveskiver street shop is too cool.....oh yeah the ocean's pretty too.
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