Holiday Inn Express & Suites Salinas
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... be staying overnight at another hotel 2.5 hrs away! Turns out, local Frankfurt hotels were fully booked by Oktoberfest celebrants and the closest hotel that could accommodate our group was in Kissingen, Germany. Just as the buses began to roll out, we were advised to check at reception for the UAL hotline number, which we were to call to make new reservations. Imagine 350 increasingly irate travelers scrambling to make new ...
... the Hyundai trying to hold in his excitement for what he is about to do while Cirsty lies across the back seat feeling sorry for her self. Cirsty attempts to get the all important arrival shots of Pebble but gets dizzy and has to lay back down. Ryan is chauffeured up to the range to warm up before playing his round while Cirsty heads for a sleep in the car. Ryan gets use to being called Sir. Cirsty gets use to her headache. Ryan introduces himself to ...
We arrived in Salinas just after breakfast where we enjoyed a fresh air and SUNSHINE break! We got to see an old steam engine too!
Kallen continues to relax and try more things on his own. He's getting more comfortable in the dining car and playing in our roomettes.
On our journey through the Salinas Valley we saw LOTS of vegetable and ...
... and found a delightful outdoor restaurant to have lunch. Right next door was one of the Wine Tasting places on our Wine Walk that Josh and Wanda had given me. Althea and I decided that would be a perfect way to finish off lunch, so the boys walked around Carmel while we enjoyed some wine tasting.
After that, we went to Lilly's school because they were having a Farmer's Market there. The school has a ...
... plants in our luggage. We stopped by an upscale outdoor shopping center on the way back to Carmel for some last minute shopping, then back to the house to freshen up for dinner at Mission Ranch.
Mission Ranch Resort sits on 22 acres with spectacular views of Point Lobos and the Pacific Ocean. It is owned by Clint Eastwood - I guess he didn't realize we would be there or I'm sure he would have welcomed us. We sat on the outside patio, nice and cozy under the ...