Howard Johnson Inn Salinas
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... Mexican cuisine. Offered as a topping or side, cooked into a stew, or incorporated into traditional Mexican dishes, the green chile is quite possibly my favorite thing about the whole state. Everything should be smothered in green chile (and often is)...love it. Every major meal in the area featured them to one extent or ...
... exciting thing for a civil engineer like me. This included the Bixby Bridge, built in 1932. There was also a little island off the main island with a farm and lighthouse which reminded me of classic Reader's Digest collection book stories that I used to read and still do. What a lovely place it must be to stay. Throughout the drive, the mist was so thick that the sea seemed to connect with the sky. It was a truly mystical view and one could ...
After I left Manrisa, I headed to Esalen in the Big Sur area for an 11 massage. I had no idea what I was in for. Remember me saying I was paying attention to messages? Well, I heard it from a reliable source that I must stop and get a massage, on the cliffs overlooking the ocean at Big Sur. I called and they just happen to have one massage open. I took it!!
I was so worried because I ...
Arrived back safely at San Clemente after travelling along the coastal road from Monterey. Unfortunately the sea mist made it impossible to admire the beautiful coastline but improved considerably as we came further south. Calling at Ragged Point for lunch which is in the ...
... were going to drop off an edge, I was hanging on to the door handle and the cup holder in the centre console and at times yelling (you're only supposed to be doing 25) at Martin for going too fast, it felt like a roller coaster.
Stopped for lunch at Nepenthe http://www.nepenthebigsur.com/ great food, great views and don't forget the gift shop. We saw a couple of woodpeckers while we were having lunch, even saw them pecking away.