The Jabberwock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... trying to get rest was when a mischievous one decided to crawl on top of others or flick sand at them. Caused a lot of grunting and grumpiness which I can understand. Just before reaching Monterey we embarked on the also famous 17 mile drive around pebble beach. Pebble beach is famous for hosting the US Open golf every ten years or so. It also has some of the grandest houses with ocean views ...
... and an ice cream cone then more Friday afternoon California traffic as we made our way down to Monterey.
We're staying at the Spindrift Inn, right on Cannery Row, in a room directly over the ocean. I'm sitting here writing this as the sun goes down, sailboats returning from afternoon sails, wine and cheese at my elbow and the waves crashing below. A very worthwhile splurge for a great room.
... 8217;t worry. I have a credit card, and I’ll pay for your meals.” He takes the tab out of my hand, and disappears.
Where did he go? I wonder. I can’t believe what just happened. What a saint he is! I want to kiss him, and get his number! I’m thrilled about his generosity, but upset at my visitors.
Later that evening, as I’m trying to sleep, ...
... decidedly unhappy. The cherries she had bought were now like bullets, and the bottle of water was a solid block of ice. Mel called for breakfast, so we packed ourselves up and drove into the drive in. Two country breakfasts! Bring it on. American TV is pretty dire. As usual there was a TV in every corner of the room. They delight in very lengthy adverts, so much so that older people like me can totally forget which programme one is actually watching. This ...
... little Italian place to warm up in with a latte. We then headed back to the hotel and relaxed for a bit before heading back out to the Britannia Pub for dinner. I had a chicken philli sandwich with fries and a salad, whilst Matt had an open turkey and bacon melt with fries, all washed down with a wine and a beer. We didn't stay out late as we knew we had a long day the next day continuing on our journey south to Santa ...