Super 8 Salinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Wanted to do laundry today but laundry room didn't sell detergent.
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... out a scale model of the winner of the last pumpkin festival - 1800 lbs !! Unbelievable !!
The coast was rugged in places and the seas smashed the white sand every few seconds … there were several interesting coves where the land had been eroded and the sea bit into the land and rock formations.
We saw some interesting sights on the beach such as driftwood logs grouped together like a ...
... Steinbeck, you would really enjoy this museum. The Robobank Agriculture Museum was added later to the same building. The museum describes the life of Steinbeck and particularly talks about his various works, both fiction and non-fiction. Steinbeck held a lot of different jobs, particularly after he left Stanford after one year. He worked as a field laborer, supervisor for bindlestiffs (aka casual workers), lab worker, ...
... a commercial crab pot line on the rudder. These are the same pots that have had us on edge the entire trip. It's not unusual for them to be abandoned. When this happens they can be out there so long the sealife growing on the line drags the float beneath the surface. Once below the surface they can't be seen. Luck and clean living has got to be the only reason we haven't snagged one.
As this sailboat slowly chugged ...
The short drive south along the coast bought us to Monterey. Here we did the 17-mile scenic drive with various points of interest on the way and scenic views of the beautiful coastline. Really stunning with the sun setting. We saw shark feeding and wild sea otters ...
... they were so sprawled out, one little one was scooping sand over himself, while another flopped up the beach towards us: a movement which of course had me & ness giggling... he sure was taking his time, he'd do one big flap & drag of his flippers and then have to stop for about 5minutes, obviously an energy-sapping action. It was lovely seeing so many in their natural habitat and unbothered down there by humans.
Hearst castle, home ...