Residence Inn Salinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... The club is open to the public and has gift shops and of course clothing shops. The price tags put us off but we got a few trinkets. Geoff was in Heaven as we recorded our visit on camera, I'm sure the shop attendants are used to silly tourists! A few groups were hitting off so we watched as the caddies organized them and they began. One guy really looked the part, then dribbled his drive six feet off the tee! Green fees are ...
... town a long way from here...in Seaside on the western side. Cute name isn't it...
It was like in the worst part of Monterrey and a **** hole right on the main road, It was all bad from there on.
I walked into the main lobby which was tiny also there were not very pleasant smells in there and rang the bell...Mrs Fawlty (as the owners shall be know as) waddled out and just grunted at me.(in an Indian accent? That is hard to ...
... the homeless seemed to hang out during the day. The beach at Monterey is unlike other Californian beaches, but nonetheless it was nice to sit out and get some sun and watch all the people pass by. As we sat on the beach we could see a group of seals swim around the bay, as they leapt over and under back into the water rounding up the fish as the pelicans hovering above them dive bombed those fish they were corralling. Such a great sight to see. After an hour or two drinking in ...
... to the peak for a great view of the entire bay. Morro Bay is huge, with a long sand dune spit and the big rock providing natural protection from the open ocean. I am not doing a god job describing it but if you go on google maps or better still, google earth, you can get a better picture.
We continued on through the park, catching a peek at another part of the inner harbour and skirting the edge of the estuary. We turned in when we got to Los Osos, just ...