After riding the surrey, we hung around Cannery Row for a little bit.
The kids pretended to be statutes…
…and found a nice place for a tete-a-tete.
Next we went to Fisherman’s Wharf. We stopped at a café, where “spill #2” occurred, this time courtesy of k. Thankfully, no change of clothes was necessary this time.
We met up with Uncle Simon’s family for lunch at Old Fisherman’s Grotto. This was probably our most impressive food highlight of the trip. We were seated in the upstairs room, which felt semi-private, and had a nice view.
This is Auntie Jackie’s niece from Taiwan, who is visiting the United States for one month, as a high school graduation gift. She seems to really like kids!
Everything was excellent, with ample portions, as you can see.
In the afternoon we went to the shoreline on 17 mile drive. It was breathtakingly beautiful, as always.
We ended up at Vito’s, in Pacific Grove for dinner. The kids love the bread there, and you can’t go wrong with the pasta.