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... stands as a great monument to the American dream of advancement and achievement. Well done them. Our tour of Alcatraz was the other activity which was on a par with the Bridge crossing. The vital information: - Alcatraz is a small island, sitting a mile out proudly in the middle of the bay - uninhabited now, but has multiple buildings in various states of disrepair which serviced its most recent use as an island prison in the mid 20th century (closed in 1963). ...
... in a mini race - don't ask why, it just seemed natural at the time! So yeh spent a bit of time at what was claimed to be the worlds girthiest tree, then drove into the mountains (dangerously low on petrol) to set up camp in the back country where camped next to some bus taken right out of Into The Wild! That night we had more beans for dinner and I think it tipped everyone over the edge - literally everyone could not stop ******* for a few hours, but by this point we were ...
... t a remote control. So I fiddled with the telly and found it had not even been set up, or at least I imagine that was what the Dutch words on the screen meant. I tuned it in and set it up for them. Whether they wanted Porn from the Netherlands is difficult to say but without a remote it'll be a while before anyone finds it surely. We stayed out of the bathroom. It was a subterranean vault that had been completely tiled (of a fashion). It had a loo and a bath. It was ...
... a little bit pricey for an instant decision), the obligatory t-shirt, magnet and sweatshirt and our shopping was done for the day. A drive around the narrow little streets of Carmel, completed our visit, might not bother moving here as very average houses seem to be a couple of mil plus and the of course the closer you get to the water the bigger the mil number! Lovely place tho. We then did the 17 mile ...
... sipping wine, and picnicking on tomatoes, cheese, bread, and olives. As a side note, you'll notice that we have started naming nearly every animal we see -- and while this may seem extreme and even a little neurotic, it helps fill the void in our life of missing our little terrier Chewie beyond believe. Anyway, we topped off late evenings both nights with a roaring fire in our fire pit and another glass of wine. The campsite was gorgeous, like I said -- majestic ...
Other places to stay in Seaside
1441 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside | 3 star hotelfrom $212
- Family friendly and good for lone travellers
- Good Hotel, Friendly Staff
- Better than average Embassy
1400 Del Monte Blvd, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $122
- Party going on next door.....
- Wonderful and Courteous Staff
- Ambience No, Value Si
2049 Fremont Blvd, Seaside | 1 star hotelfrom $72
1875 Fremont Blvd., Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $65
1893 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $51
1011 Auto Center Parkway, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $67
1141 Fremont Blvd, Seaside | Hotelfrom $53