Residence Inn Salinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... fit for purpose. To keep up with the shark you had to swim and kick as hard as you could and you could only do this for a few minutes before falling back to be collected by the boat who by now had come around to collect us. That very first encounter was magical and to think we were doing this in the wild, with nothing artificial or set up (apart from some clever use of spotters planes). Once you were back on the boat to catch your breathe, everyone was reliving their own first ...
... Mel Gibson and his daughter as we messed around swimming, relaxing in the hot tub and generally enjoying a lovely sunny California afternoon and evening.
In the evening we were joined for dinner by our friends from home Patricia, Stephen and their son George. We ate in The Lodge in Carmel Valley. A very pleasant night was had by all; the boys played Uno and the grown ups drank wine. We all ate well before everyone headed off to bed.
... 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 ...
... head to one which is giving out free samples of clam chowder (very nice!). They are able to accommodate us all, so Lavinia and I order a nice seafood dinner for a treat, as we watch the sun set over the bay from our window seat. The kids also have a good meal, and I *think* I'm getting the hang of tipping the wait staff now.
It's dark by the time we leave, but there is a lolly shop just next to us (with massive ...
... to drop it off the next day.
The next morning we drove back to Monterey to pick up a luxury Minivan which Chris had found on an Asian National Rent a car website so it only cost $320 for the week instead of $1200. We unloaded the RV into the Minvan and stacked it all the way up to the top, thank god it was large.
Chris headed off to San Louis Obispo to give a final clean and hand over the RV while Zach and I went back to the ...