Comfort Inn & Suites Salinas
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... food/restaurants, for those of you who like that sort of thing (food porn)
Jefferson City, Missouri is a nice Midwestern city that happens to be the state capital. As such, most of the restaurants are either (a) near the capitol building with a focus on lunch, or ...
... a medley of different songs about San Francisco and then some obscure or old songs from the 60’s / 70’s where we had to guess what the tunes were.
The man from Chicago won a few rounds and the Aussie lady won a round an then told us that she had been on about eight different shows and won various prizes. Apparently her last big prize was a couple of years ago when she won $20K on “Hot Seat” which she spent ...
... for petrol along the way...very strange sites in some neighbourhoods...people who are off their face, shady characters, a guy in a tutu walking the streets..think there was a fetish parade on today..in the happier part of town. When we got back we scored a car park ..bonus, then went down the street and had a yummy Thai dinner. And to top off a perfect day I had a spa bath...very nice. End of another day..will be sad to leave San ...
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 ...
I went to see the Beautiful Monterey Peninsula. It was clean, well run, and progressive. There is no stench like those of other fishing bays. No fish guts or flies festering on the hot sand beaches. The place was filled with restaurants, antique shops, and that kind of lot. I left the city by flight, but on before I went to see Fremont's Peak, the highest point for miles in the city and the very place where General Fremont made his stand against an entire Mexican army, and ...