Inns Of California - Salinas
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... Hatch green chilies
- Touristy spot, catering to all appetites
- Local New Mexican cuisine, great food in an outdoor setting
- Pantry Restaurant (SF)
- Local New Mexican cuisine, known for green chile and breakfast ...
... where I parked the car. Disappointed we didn’t run into Clint Eastwood. Haha.
Time to drive back to San Francisco. We arrived back to the city around 8:30 p.m. A very full day! To top off the evening, we made a little stop @ Ben & Jerry’s…..again! (It’s next door to our hotel). Now remember I said it does get chilly here in the evenings, so we enjoyed our ice cream sitting next to the fireplace in the lobby! Haha.
So Sam told me he had a surprise for me, and it was a good one! His colleague used to be a commercial pilot and he flies small planes for fun these days. He got me a seat this evening! As soon as I got to Menlo Park, Sam took me to his office to meet everyone. The office is a really cool open plan startup with lots of snacks and posters on the wall, and they are all super friendly. I met Travis, ...
... and traveled down to the public beach. The sand is soft and beautiful, but the water is FREEZING! We wore our fleeces and hung out on the beach for about an hour. It was absolutely wonderful and had me wondering why we didn’t hang out there more when we lived there. Rich reminded me how busy we were. True.
We stayed at the Hyatt Conference Center – lovely hotel not too far off the beaten path. We ...
... Randolph Hearst released many exotic animals into the grounds of Hearst Castle which is now run & maintained by the state.
At the south end of the Big Sur we came across a beach filled with Elephant Seals, never seen anything like it before. There was a wildlife officer there explaining all about them it was fascinating. The Rook which covered about 6miles, was all adolescent males, who had swam from the Artic to molt (shed ...