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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Yes, it had to be tried out and it was in a perfect position to just wake up and head straight to Monterey the next morning. Most Walmarts and some Safeways are 24 hours and allow RV customers to spend the night in the parking lot free of charge! The night at Safeway suited us just fine and we had an early start as we had lots to get in for the day. First up was a drive to Monterey beachfront and a surprise for the girls, I had found an awesome Dennisn the Menace ...
... outside. We were quite hungry after this so we went to Jack in the Box which is another fast food chain and we can confirm it's a good one! After this we headed to Monterey which is famous for it's Tuna. It is also well known for having the best aquarium in the world (according to a few different websites/guides). We didn't go inside as it was late by the time we arrived but we did have a walk right along ...
... I couldn't get my mum, Kenny and William all in at the same time so I had to hold in the news as I wanted to Skype them. We went out for a nice lunch at a place called the Fish Hopper Restaurant at Cannery Row and toasted to ourselves over steak and fish with a view over Monterey Bay. We waited until the next day to start telling everyone. Even after the news being out it still didn't feel real but everyone was ...
... so we went instead to the Bubba seafood one that was there. The wait staff were so friendly and the food was divine. We sat outside and shared an entree and main. We had crab stuffed mushrooms and crab stuffed prawns in a creamy lemon sauce with rice. Mmmm
After lunch Vince drove us around Monteray for awhile and made a few more stops. The Sea Otters all live around that area and one time Pete spotted one near the shore having a play and ...
... style. Both the qualifying were watched from the inside of the famous Corkscrew corner. It's quite a climb to get there so we jumped on one of the many buggies that are driven by vets, (old folk), and will take you anywhere for a small donation to their charity. A rock band, the "Mucky Ducks" and an ale bar kept the entertainment flowing during the intervals. The IPA was extraordinary good! I noted how ...