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Travel Blogs from Seaside
... the streets 'sing'. The vibration of the cable, which is laid in the roadway is pretty loud and quite alarming until you identify what is making this noise. San Francisco didn't amount to much until that day in 1848 when Sam Brannan wandered into town, a-waving and a-fussing and demanding that people look at what he'd found in them thar hills. The gold rush brought thousands of people to stay, most of them named Clementine, if my understanding of history is correct. The ...
... happy hour with free drinks swayed the boys, rooms are suites so we get a bedroom, separate lounge/kitchen so bit more room for two days which is nice. All this plus free luxury brekkie and its cheapest than the ****** La Qunita from the other day. As usual out to dinner at 9pm this eating late is a bad habit, nice meal tho and then home to ...
Day two of the roadtrip started off much nicer weather wise than the previous day, sunny and bright blue skies. Perfect weather for a journey down the coastline. Garrett, Rosa and I grabbed a quick breakfast at the little hotel we stayed at before setting off for the next leg of the drive down to LA. I couldn't believe that we had paid so little for the hotel and even got breakfast included, not bad ...
... views and only a few white knuckle drops. Not a much happening town but some kids on the street playing drums trying to raise money for their school, wonderful sound, went out to check out, they were so good, they have a deal with a local pizza place – every pizza sold give half the money to the school. They asked me to go and get a pizza, told them I don’t eat pizza so gave them money instead, they were so stoked. Lovely kids and their coach chatted to me ...
After San Fran, we headed down to Santa Cruz to meet my friend Ali who had just arrived and was planning a van roadtrip too. He had another kiwi couple of friends that were doing the same thing so we formed a bit of a gang and hooned off to find a campsite. It was fun evening, catching up with some kiwis and we made a nice big dinner and drank around the campfire until far too late.
The next morning we followed them down ...
Other places to stay in Seaside
1441 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside | 3 star hotelfrom $195
- Family friendly and good for lone travellers
- Good Hotel, Friendly Staff
- Better than average Embassy
1400 Del Monte Blvd, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $136
- Party going on next door.....
- Wonderful and Courteous Staff
- Ambience No, Value Si
2049 Fremont Blvd, Seaside | 1 star hotelfrom $61
1875 Fremont Blvd., Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $59
1893 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $51
1011 Auto Center Parkway, Seaside | 2 star hotelfrom $62
1141 Fremont Blvd, Seaside | Hotelfrom $50