Seven Gables Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... pricey in general so we had to suck it up and get what we needed.
Alison and Chelsea were back so we ate lunch with them and then said our goodbyes! They had been so fun and welcoming to us and it was pretty cool be able to make new friends.
Our plan was to spend the night in Santa Cruz again, however it was so busy so we decided to keep heading down to Monterey. Sarah and Josh had just arrived there ...
... rocks. We checked into our camp site and elected for an unpowered site having juiced up the two days previous. We walked along the shoreline watching fishermen casting from the beach whilst large pelicans watched and waited for their share of the winnings as if it was their right to get any of the fisherman's catch. After a long walk stretching our legs we went to get fish n chips for dinner electing to sit in the little restaurant watching customers coming in all shapes and sizes ...
... will travel across country to get their cars serviced there! Anyway, we dropped off the car, picked up a loaner, and ran some errands. Then, met our property manager for our rental house out here for lunch. When my dad passed away about seven years ago, we rented out the house starting about six months later. Then, later we went over to our house to take a peek. We had not been in that house for about six years since we cleaned it out. Oh yeah, my dad bordered on hoarder, ...
... but this time go further than on surry. Head along fantastic road hugging coast and stop various times to see hump back whales blowing and breaching....spectacular. Manage about 6 miles with no complaints which made for a really nice ride. Go for lunch at wharf and have cod, prawn and callimari deep fried. Then onto kayaking tour ( including change into wet suits) which is fun. I share a kayak ...
... 6.45am. I showered and dressed and started updating the blog while Doug was showering. Around 7.30 or so, Mary and George knocked on the door – "ready for breakfast?" They changed their minds and got up extra early for us.
We decided to meet them in the lobby where there was free coffee, tea, muffins, biscuits so we sat there chatting for half an hour before I noticed someone standing around looking a little lost. I asked if he ...