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    Don't Go Hungry or Thirsty!

    by cyndymc Written Nov 7, 2011

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    There is a tendency to forget the time and stay long at the Windmill Farm because of an indescribable awesome feeling amidst the giant wind turbines. Make sure to bring water lest you be dehydrated. Don't go there hungry. Bringing cookies, chocolates and other snack items will do you good, especially if you have health concerns. We didn't find any stores nearby, though the souvenir vendor was selling instant 3-in-1 coffee and had hot water ready in a thermos jug. If you are diabetic, be prepared with a hard candy in your pocket in case of hypoglycemia.

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    Strong Waves At Pebble Beach

    by cyndymc Written Nov 7, 2011

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    The morning we were at Pebble Beach, the waves were strong. The cold, clear water could be tempting to get our feet wet and refreshed. If you’re traveling with small children, make sure they have responsible companions while strolling at the shoreline to prevent accidents or drowning.

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