Seven Gables Inn
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... restaurant, and they both independently told us to go to the Great Eastern in Jackson Street. It was a fair walk, but we went there. The menu was quite extensive and the service was very quick. We had a beef dish, pork ribs and fried rice, and a beer each. The bill with tip came to $63, so we won't be able to spend money like that every night !! It had lots of people and a fast turnover so seems popular. The food was tasty, but probably not spectacular. ...
... They make such a noise and the smell is overpoweringly fishy, but they are a great sight. To see animals like this in the wild is so special. There were lots of cormorants, pelicans and other sea birds there too... and some sea otters floating on their backs amidst the sea weed. Oh, oh, oh! Marina is in the Monterey area and our hotel is in the dunes. They look as if they are still marching inland, but hopefully they will not overtake us in the two nights ...
... in the area charges $169 a night. YIKES! I think we might give Monterey a pass if that were the case.
We got set up as per our usual routine. Bob then asked me to put the bedroom slide back in so that he could more easily pull out the satellite dish. He wants to see the Grey Cup game tomorrow. We had a lot of trouble getting the dish aligned ...
... cool people, and learning some things about the way they travel, this hostel was just a massive overpriced joke... Firstly $42 for a ****** dorm room = **** Off! It had been interesting to hear Felicities views on hostels as she'd been away for about a year by this point and had commented on how they were ALL pretty much just geared up for the getting smashed, wheyyy let's party cause this is all tourists want to do... Which can be fine, on occasion, if there are good people and ...
... the seasickness, we were told, it was a bit like having a vibrating phone attached to your wrist! As we headed out of the harbour, we passed a sea lion and her pup on one of the boardwalks, Doris said it was only 5 days old and really rare for them to be born near the bay. We then moved along to hoards of other sea lions clambering for the best spot on the boardwalks! We then passed black cormorants and their chicks as we headed out to the bay. As we were heading out a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking