In Laguna to celebrate my wife's birthday, we stopped at the Watermark restaurant in "The village" as the small downtown area of Laguna is called. As we picked our way through a parking lot full of Aston Martins, Tesala's, Bentley's, Ferrari's and ego, we left my mother-in-Laws Toyota in a prime spot and stepped into the high tech atmosphere of Watermark. The walls were covered by computerized wine dispensers, all three hundred of them. The liquor dispensers held an even five hundred bottles of booze from as far away as small islands in the Indian ocean, where an entire seasons out put of whisky is a thousand cases. Some of these whiskies cost $500 a bottle. The food is as high tech as the drinks, But mouthwatering. Dinner and drinks was about $50. Cheap by Psychosis by the sea's standards. This was the view from the window, which I snapped as we left.
Tags: Landscape and travel
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