Grilled Black Cod that was recommended by our waiter. Both were absolutely delicious and with a glass of wine, a great way to start the weekend. From the Fishwife we drove around the corner to Asilomar Beach, a little piece of California heaven. The weather was perfect and people from all walks of life – surfers and seniors, families and lovers, sun worshipers and book lovers – were enjoying the beauty. After many stops, photo opps and moments of total awe, we drove along Ocean View Boulevard to our destination, Lovers Point. We have stayed in a couple of the many Victorian B&Bs in Pacific Grove but this time we choose Lovers Point Inn because of its location. The ocean view room was a bit of a stretch — one had to sit on the bed in just the right spot to see the water! But, the location was what we wanted and location is what we got. Lovers Point is a destination in and of itself. The park is always busy, with people milling about — locals and tourists. It is on the Monterey Bay Costal Trail and the home of our next culinary destination, The Beach House, formerly The Bath House.