Travelodge Salinas-John Street
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and open mouth swim past us only metres away. We were on the left hand side dorsal fin and not many other people in our group had actually come this side so we had an exclusive view of this wonderful creature of the deep blue. We were swimming with an 8m male juvenile and his markings were distinctive white spots dotted uniformly along the length of its green body. Its tail was similar to that of a large aircraft effortlessly propelling it forward with its shape and design so ...
... We went for a late lunch on the Old Fisherman's Pier at a restaurant called Café Fina. We sat at American Football coach John Madden's table and were warned by numerous signs that we'd have to move if he turned up. Luckily (for him!!) he didn't and we enjoyed a good hearty lunch after all that sea air.
We wandered along the pier for a while before heading back to Carmel Valley Ranch some pool time. We were joined around the ...
... was never disappointed. The ultimate was a Stuffed Sopaipila, with chicken that was stewed in green chile sauce stuffed inside fry bread. Then smothered in green chile and cheese. Sounds amazing, right? One bite and my entire body relaxed.
- Blake's Lotaburger (Abq)
- New Mexico burger chain, cert angus ...
... around the rest of the Aquarium with the kids. After they get out, I let them know I have a surprise planned for dinner, and take them to the Old Fisherman's Wharf, where there are several restaurants serving dinner (aren't Google recommendations great!). The one I had looked up has a sign out front saying "There is no space for strollers, and children who make too much noise will be asked to leave"!, so we decide to skip that ...
... away by the beauty of the coast. With massive cliffs, big rocks in the sea, sea birds, kelp forests and crashing waves. I took tons of pictures.
The Big Sur Campground and Cabins (www.bigsurcamp.com) which was probably the best campsite of the whole trip and we were disappointed we didn’t have more time there. The playground was awesome with a fire engine and we had a spot right next to it. Chris spent the night cleaning the RV as ...