Travelodge Salinas-John Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... s. We walked down the street two blocks and there we were. It's so cute - the waiters all know Lilly, so they showed us to her favorite table in the corner and said, "Do you want your usual 2 pancakes with blueberries on the side and apple juice?"
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... State Park Campground about 40 miles shy of Monterey. We weren’t sure if backtracking from Monterey was a good idea so we stopped to visit our site on the way by. Giant redwoods rose up over a hundred feet towering over our site which backed up to the hillside across the lane from the river…..think we’ll be coming back.
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... have liked to spend all day there dipping our toes in the pool and lording it up in the archways, we discovered that it was free to park if we were less than an hour and $15 there after and them embarked upon a race against time so we could up hold our true British skinflintery and pay nothing at all. Off we sprinted, (well Dan sprinted, I sort of skuttled and wheezed), to the tram with 13 minutes to spare. Once on said tram ...