Days Inn Salinas
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... decor, on-site brewery with extremely generous and tasty sampler
- one of a few remaining, nice grounds, sweet sweet wines
... our eye. He places one on Peter's arm and he happily sits there for pictures.
We decide to have the "special" down the very end and it proves a very nice choice. The waitress's all seem to struggle with our accents and a lot of "pardon me" is said.
One table catches my eye and it is full of "nobs" all sitting there primped up with designer gear and champagne by the bottle. There is lots of talk of "I did this and that" "I made ...
... into Carmel itself to see the art shops and visit the Hogs Breath Inn (dedicated to a certain Clint Eastwood). Unfortunately it was closed for a private party but Julie managed to wangle her way in for a few photos. Then decided to go back to Mission Ranch for a scrumptious dinner on their patio listening to some splendid ...
... the $9.75 fee and a great way to spend a couple of hours. To end the day we celebrated my birthday with a posh meal in the hotel restaurant overlooking the oldest golf course in California, stunning setting and stunning food (Sian had the biggest scallops you will ever set eyes on), and of course the bottle of cava went down a treat too. The jazz music in the background was an added bonus to top off a pretty amazing day. ...
... freeway 1 and every other version we could think of and it found nothing cause silly us should of put in hwy 1...how simple...lol...yanks don't call their roads hwy's every other word but hwy, but they did this time and we eventually found it albeit too late to enjoy the scenery but we found it none the less. Monterey is a lovely seaside town that is home to 6 golf courses the most famous of them pebble beach. Alan was in heaven, it is a public course unlike ...
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