Howard Johnson Express Inn Monterey Seaside
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... boy does the heat fall away. We get out of the car at a now chilly 65 degrees and search for sweaters. A drop of 36 degrees in two and a half hours! The kids made good use of the hotel leisure facilities and us parents got good value from happy hour free drinks. Dinner at the Chillis Mexican was tasty and great value and we befriended an American from Maryland working away from home who sent us over a cheesecake so another city where we now feel very welcome and very at ...
... process. I tried about 3 or 4 – the “smoked” garlic being my favourite. I asked Doug if he had tried any garlic and he said no - so I got him to try a few clothes so both of us had smelly breath !!
Back on the bus, it wasn’t long before we arrived in San Francisco and back at our hotel around 7pm. We said goodbye to everyone and then spoke to the Aussie couple who were also staying at the Chancellor Hotel - ...
... had chance to arrange another Couchsurfing host so had to stay in a hostel for the only time except Vegas (and a few hours in Salt Lake). The reason I was going back to SF was purely to visit Alcatraz seeing as my puppy eyes and fake pleading didn't work the first time. I'd booked the ferry trip ahead in advance and then would leave the same night towards LA. The first night though was in said backpacker hostel (cue rant....) Ok, so after spending almost a week camping, hanging ...
... hope the forthcoming hotel,in San Francisco is of a better standard or I feel I will be having words. Can't wait to get off this plane and get connected so that I can add my own review to hotels.com The Cornell Hotel de France in San Francisco restored ones faith in Hoteliers who want you to stay. It is very cutesy and full of French based items. I don't know why. Apart from the owners being French of course. hotels.com would need a positive review but who can be ...
... drive, water round this way very wild and lots of picture stops, definitely worth a look. Back to Monterey and our hotels free happy hour, Stephen, Garry and I took full advantage, 3 Sangrias making me just a little fuzzy, even Andrea managed a Long Island Tea which looked a bit yuck but tasted ok. Moving seemed to be a bad idea at this stage so ordered from the Cafe and a nice young man called Kai ...