Residence Inn Salinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a waived fine! Next I wanted to find the house which they use in the exterior for Full House! We found it but couldn't stop as it was a busy street and there's no parking. The house was cute and a bit more done up since it's Full House Days! We then went to find the worlds most crooked street :) and we drove down it! Amazing view! We found a park (miracle!!) and decided to walk up and down...so many tiny steps!! But ...
... ribs with a cajun-sweet rub (so good), and jambalaya
- Local pizza place, so tasty we went twice
- Local brewpub, better beer than food, train decor
Boulder City, Nevada is a small, quiet town next to the Hoover Dam. They ...
... was artisan and they had a number of young people training to become proper bakers on an artisan bakery programme. They are doing well! Although there was a large collection of other goodies, we managed not to succumb. At one point, there was a little no through road which went off towards the sea, so on impulse we followed it. Jetty Road. What a gift! From there we saw a load of sea birds, and then Jette spotted some sea otters. As we were looking, we heard ...
... Day 2 and more classical music and mental driving from Alex - that was until the station fell out of range and we converted to Motown and 70s for the next part of the trip - back inland to Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon. Arrived fairly late afternoon but got some awesome views over the canyon, drove through a giant tree (Alex sat on top of the car), got a few pictures with rather large trees then we all decided to run down to the biggest tree running with feet ...
... off vista opportunities available, we were sure to take advantage of many. I know that Alan will be very jealous. Scenery wasn't all that was onoffer during this stretch of hwy, we also spotted Zebra and Elephant seals. We camped the night in our trusty $25 Walmart tent at Big Sur State Park surrounded by gigantic Red Wood trees, mountain lion and skunks (not spotted, but ...