Garden Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Following the tour, we ate at Sebastian's-across the street and really good-and viewed the elephant seals. The seals were loud, and there were a lot of them!
It took us about 4 hours to drive from Hearst to Monterey. The drive was beautiful but scary at times!
... I feel even as I'm trying to research what to expect, where to go, and how to make the most of my trip on a modest budget. I'm feeling extremely overwhelmed, so I'm trying to compare it to something I know, like coming home from school. Even if I don't know exactly what to expect, just feeling familiar, comfortable and embracing the new while relishing the old (history) is going to be my best strategy navigating the new adventures before me!! More soon -- Love, ...
... the fitness crazy women. Checked out the skate park. Walking back to the car we met a guy offering rides on his specially converted push bike with seats on the back. He started at $40 for a ride down to the pier, after a couple of minutes he was down to $15, looking disinterested we managed to get the poor guy down to $10. Feeling rude to turn such a good offer down we accepted and cruised down the promenade. Drove up state ...
... t the nicest way to be woken up. Throwing the frisbee ended in mass injury both my thumb nails got broken off. Yes that is the gayest possible injury but non the less it is a injury.
Making it back to the hostel we had left no less than 9 hours ago we though wed have no problem getting a room.....this turned out to be slightly harder than expected. Being told there was no room at the inn we parked as close as possible to ...
... along the way (I don't think there's a connection). It was quite amusing to see the "historic" bridges that were built in the 1930's, especially when we still harp on about places like the Forth Bridge being a marvel of modern engineering!
We spent the night in a quaint little place called Pismo Beach where we stayed in a classic american motel. As we cruised into the ...