Holiday Inn Express & Suites Salinas
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... have not been able to see a lot of this stuff because it really is necessary to have a car. It is really hard to find public transport outside of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Claire and I both love the beach and although we live in a place that doesn't have nice weather or beaches, it is very nice to have free flights and be just a two hour flight from home. We will definitely be coming down here yearly.
Quiet and busy the last few days.
Sunday, we went to dinner with Sayo and Mel and tried a local hamburger joint, Archie's Diner. Juicy, juicy, juicy great hamburgers!
Monday, Mel and Sayo were heading to Salinas to run some errands, and asked if we wanted to tag along. Dick remembered that the Steinbeck Museum is in Salinas, and asked if they could drop us off there. What a find! For anyone interested ...
... 8217;s third aquarium on the trip and given how much he loved the Vancouver and Las Vegas ones we couldn’t wait to see how much he would go crazy at this one.
The aquarium was amazing and definitely a highlight of trip for us and Zach. First it is right on the pacific coast so the views are amazing and there is a wild sea otter pod in the kelp right in front of the main cafeteria and ...
... delicious paninis for lunch and then took a walk down the main street to the Pacific Ocean. This town and surrounds houses a lot of wealthy people including, formerly, Clint Eastwood who was also mayor for a term. His ex wife and daughter still live there, as does Doris Day. We then headed out for a drive along 17 Mile Drive, a private gated community that includes the famous Pebble Beach golf course, which has hosted the US Open several times. ...
... after the big 1989 World Series earthquake and have yet to leave. In order to keep them off boats, the pier placed a bunch of low platforms in the water specifically for them to lay about. There was one big one who really wanted to sit up on the boat docks. He kept jumping up only to be met with the dock workers hose. Strangely it seems that sea lions don't like getting wet, at least when they intend on taking a nap. He would get sprayed and jump in the water and approach ...