Vagabond's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... told by the Doggy Gazette lady that it was a Poofle competition. Later we headed inland to Salinas where mission was accomplished & we got new helmets for Frank & Mel. Our accommodation was a Nast Motel 6 but it had a laundrette so we did our washing & headed into town for Ribs & Brisket at a Famous Daves Resturant, not really so famous after the meal. But we were now all set for the adventure to start ...
... and the next tour did not start until 11.20. We would then have had to add on another 3-4 hours to our stop, so sadly we decided to give it a miss. We did go round the exhibition in the reception area and read the history of the Hearst Empire and the actual design and build of the castle. Maybe next time, we will have longer and be able to actually go and view the castle close up.
Our next stop is at the Elephant Seal Rookery at Point Piedras ...
... a covered area and out to a viewing platform where we managed to see Sea Otters floating on their backs surrounded by kelp. We could have watched for ages but we needed to see what else was on offer.
We made a brief visit to the old Cannery which had a few shops at the bottom level - it reminded me very much of the old wool stores in Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney. We ventured back to the street again, in and out of shops and ...
... exhibits, not really of great interest. However they do have airforce one on display and a fantastic view of the landscape. 3.30 We now have a very long bus trip to Carmel. 10pm We have arrived in Carmel and it is 1 degree and I am having a cup of tea and eating M&M salty and sweet which is a combination of peanuts, pretzels, chocolate chip cookies and ...
Before dinner we drove out to the local Costco for a look.... it was so hilarious, you could literally buy anything you could think of.. from tv's to furniture, from fresh food to fast food, from $15,000 engagement rings to clothes... The prices are ridiculous, a 1.5L bottle of Skyy vodka is only going to cost you $19 and a 32 pack of coke cans is $9.
Tonight we are staying in our first motel, I know this probably ...