Days Inn Salinas
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Salinas
... Doris Day also owns a bed and breakfast in town but nobody ever sees her.
There is a funny law in Carmel. If you want to wear High Hells in the streets you have to apply for a permit. Some people have sued the council for falling over on the footpaths so they decided rather than having to spend money on upgrading the footpath they would ban high heels
They are very dog friendly in Carmel. Lots of people put them in coats and you ...
We got off to an early start and headed down to Highway 1 to Salinas and then Laguna Seca to go to the World Superbikes Championship. Eugene Laverty..an Irish guy ..Aprillia team won the race. He was in a pack of 4 riders from the start...but one unfortunate rider who was in the lead for some time fell off his bike ..got back on ...way behind everyone ..but caught up and only finished 4th last ..he was the fastest on track ...
... so we walked there for dinner and beer. Very fun place with an Umpah band playing, lots of people in German dresses & lederhosen, and pretzels & bratwursts. Of course we ended up in the kids’ area for Lilly and there was this neat ball that Lilly got inside and then rolled around in a pond like a gerbil in a cage. What fun! The bouncy house was next followed by a balloon Ariel made by men ...
... are reversible which is a bonus. The real bonus was that they only cost $20, cool or should I say warm!
Whale watching was a bit of a dud. We saw a number of grey whales but didn’t get very close. A number of the tour members got sea sick but fortunately they went to the back of the boat and went “for distance” with their up and unders.
Went for a bus ride along 17 Mile beach. Lavish houses and arrived at Pebble Beach God club or is that ...
... one: Unless you want to spend top Dollar for accommodations you need to search for bargains and book ahead. I was lucky so far although I was only booking hostels a few days or at most one week in advance. But still: The US is expensive - accommodation, transport, food and the occasional activity is 3-4 times more expensive than in South America. At least. That said I spend a fair amount of time doing my 'homework'. Trying to plan my travel around the US has been time ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Salinas
Search for more deals in Salinas
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations