Holiday Inn Express & Suites Salinas
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Yes, I'm leaving Monterey (after 18 years) and California (after 23 years) to return to where I grew up, New Jersey!
Crazy, I know. I'm leaving the most beautiful place with the best weather and leaving a great job/career, to become unemployed and homeless and setting off into the deserts of the southwest to begin my journey back to apocalyptic winters, giant mosquitoes, and summers so hot and humid ...
Hi All Hollywood yesterday was brilliant! Had a big travel day today-9 hours of driving in total! Stopped along the way just to take snaps of what was some of the best scenery I have ever seen along the Pacific Highway. We took Route 101 then Route 1 along the coast. We also popped in to Pebble Beach Golf Club for a nose. Stopping off in a place called Salinas tonight (where John Steinbeck is from!) then will be in San Fran by tomorrow late morning. Bring it ...
... bonus it was happy hour all day. After having truly gorged ourselves on a few appetizers and a butterfish each we capped it off by splitting the massive & tasty Hula pie.
We ended the night at the Mucky Duck followed by a few other local establishments where we met a variety of colorful characters (or maybe we were the characters....I can't be sure)
Side note: Chris' 'beard' is officially out of control.
... marinas the entrance between them is quite wide. Once inside things change though. Immediately we encountered boats on buoys spaced extremely close together. Tight quarters. Once we threaded our way through them we had to negotiate a narrow channel to get into the marina.
Winterhawk and Sunshine had just tied up, one in front of the other, to the float on the end of "B" dock when a sailboat in distress came in. She ...
The weather was rubbish to start the day. It was cloudy and not very warm, we all wore our jeans or leggings! We went to Cannery Row in Monterey. In the 1920s millions and millions of sardines were caught in Monterey and put in cans for sending round the World. In the 1940s, the fish disappeared and all the canning factories closed down. They were left to go derelict until they were renovated in the 1970s. The famous author John Steinbeck was ...