Rio Sands Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... and pet Ems. See seal, sea lions, and get close to sea otters. Also handle crabs and star fish. Glad we took the tour as they knew where to go. Finish by 6 and wander back stopping at brewpub for meal and drink. I have a flight of beers which are good and Abby gets upset when I recount the tale of her affection when injured at Orlando and she touches my arm by way of saying poor daddy. Back to hotel by ...
... Beach golf course, right on the ocean. Then on to San Francisco for 2 days/2nights. Everyone I have spoken to & has been there, say it is a great city with plenty to see & do. Looking forward to it. Have booked a hotel in the centre of all the action/activity - Fisherman's ...
... in the beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and the California Condors and woodpeckers that flew overhead. After a brief stop on Carmel Beach we entered Pebble Beach and drove along 17 Mile Drive stopping at the Lodge at Pebble Beach and the lone cypress. Finally we drove through Pacific Grove and Monterey stopping to see Jean (Syd's gran). Finally we made it to Tim and Debra's for a home cooked spaghetti dinner and an evening of ...
I started my amazing Spring Break journey to stay with my uncle in Monterey, California, with $247.
I started my travels in a happy mood. I left at around 10 in the morning. I took my car to the gas station and spend $20, enough money to get to Monterey. I started driving and stopped by a McDonalds for lunch. I spend a dollar on a ...
... angle only to get sprayed again. We went grocery shopping near the van because we were in need of non-Dorito snacks. So we picked up cherries and corn and apples. Then we drove west across the city, passing the Haight Asbury District and Japantown. Since SF is a compact city, we quickly reached the other side of town at the Pacific beaches. Colorful boxy houses meet the seaside, which is a public park most of the way. It was foggy here and colder. We left the city ...