BEST WESTERN Salinas Monterey Hotel
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We stayed three nights and found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean and comfortable. It was a great place to explore the Bay of Monterey from.
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... process. I tried about 3 or 4 – the “smoked” garlic being my favourite. I asked Doug if he had tried any garlic and he said no - so I got him to try a few clothes so both of us had smelly breath !!
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