Carriage House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The day dawned bright blue and then changed around noonish to grey overcast skies...sounds kinda like the usual BC weather report doesn't it? We got to select our comp breakfast this morning and I must say 4 stars **** all the way. My quiche was made by the angels....light and fluffy and entirely delicious! Mike had 2 warm,out of the oven, muffins …
The day is perfect this morning. Warm and sunny with lots of blue, blue sky showing. Went up for my coffee after brekkie and saw that the streets are preparing to be blocked off. Mike and I wondered where they were going to put all the cars and it looks as though a block each side of the main drag and then the side streets. Wow, that will challenge …
... and Cannery Row to find out hotel for the evening. Monterey was established by the Spanish in 1770 and served as California's capital whilst under Spanish and Mexican rule. It eventually lost its political importance but developed into a thriving fishing port. Cannery row was traditionally where the sardines were tinned! There is also the world famous aquarium in town too, but we were unfortunately a bit late to squeeze in a visit - I was happy from seeing ...
... he/she is. After struggling for a little longer trying to comprehend how wealthy some people are we eventually made our way to the beach and walked around before we got too hungry and decided to leave. At least the drive out was on the rest of the 17 mile drive and supplied majestic views of the coast. Originally I had also wanted to stop in Monterey and explore the area but it was already getting pretty late so we just decided to get ...
... trains... I am talking about cross-country European trains, or Amtrak trains. Where you can sit back and relax and enjoy the views... my allocated seat was up on the top deck and I had a whole two seats to myself for all my stuff (your big backpack is taken off you when you board the train and taken to a luggage carriage). I had bought some cheaper food in a local supermarket before we arrived at Salinas, so I didn't have to buy too much on ...