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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpindrift Inn Monterey
This is the hotel we stayed in when we got engaged. It has an old world charm and the staff are very friendly.
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We woke late - packed and headed for iHop. I had told the kids about this institution for pancakes, and they were so excited I worried I'd oversold the experience! I shouldn't have been concerned - they loved it! By the time we hit the road, it was after midday and we began the long drive along the scenic route by the ocean. The scenery was breathtaking and our first real stop was at a lookout just past ...
Then, we veered a hard left and followed the San Andreas Fault line towards Fort Ross: In the 1800’s, Fort Ross was the southernmost Russian settlement in North America (used to be called Fort Rus – short for Russian). Their ships were involved in conducting fur trades, seal hunts and fishing. When the Mexicans came from the south and the Americans came from the east, the squeeze was on for ...
... light house next to a grave yard and gold course that people tend to pull up along so this would be our parking spot for the night. A little nervous, we went to the London Underground pub to pass away the evening for some food and drinks (dragging out a sprit is hard here when your always offered refills) .. Back on the road side we got the bed ready in pitch black before going straight to sleep praying no one would find ...
... a Michael Jackson tribute band who came on after everybody sang the National Anthem and Happy Birthday to Monterey. This was a little odd to us but it's what they do. The band were great. They sounded so much like the real thing. After sitting and listening for a while we decided to browse the food stalls. After walking past the steak sandwich stall to find that they were sold out we quickly made our way to the next stall and ordered two bowls of Chicken Teriyaki. The bowls ...
... booked the boys in for this, being slightly unsure whether it would be an expensive waste of money but they loved it. They had a safety briefing then they put fleece pyjamas over their clothes and a dry suit. Neoprene balaclava, boots and gloves followed before then went down to the water's edge with their instructor and were sorted for masks, fins and BCD/air tank. Sounds intimidating, and you could could tell the boys ...