Super 8 Salinas
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Wanted to do laundry today but laundry room didn't sell detergent.
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... up with a sore throat and a bit of a temperature. I blame the flipping Arctic Pacific temperatures myself. I administered some ibuprofen and she felt better as the day wore on; Luckily she dozed for some of the scarier moments of Highway 1.
My fear of heights is a bit weird - it abates when I'm over water for some reason (I DON'T KNOW - ask my parents, I'm mostly their fault!). ...
... 8221; which is in a “village area where Pebble Beach owners could shop for groceries and high end goods as well as do their banking … we did banking - a withdrawal !
We didn’t go into the Lodge which is a hotel – Mike thinks the nightly charge is about $400. Someone asked about the cost of a round of golf at Pebble Beach and Mike told us it was $650 for the round !! Wow … you used to be able to play ...
Quiet and busy the last few days.
Sunday, we went to dinner with Sayo and Mel and tried a local hamburger joint, Archie's Diner. Juicy, juicy, juicy great hamburgers!
Monday, Mel and Sayo were heading to Salinas to run some errands, and asked if we wanted to tag along. Dick remembered that the Steinbeck Museum is in Salinas, and asked if they could drop us off there. What a find! For anyone interested ...
Up very early today for a 7am start towards Hearst Castle. Before going there we made a stop at a beach about 2 miles away and watched Sea elephants on the beach and swimming in the Pacific Ocean. There were about 100 there and they are common along this section of the California Coast. The weather today is is fine but has a mist which is low lying and and is severely restricting our viewing.
After that we went to ...
... and we drove off. Apparently you don't get to see all the place as they are still living there and the thought of spending $50 and not getting the full look around put us off. Further down the road we got close and personal with a colony of elephant Lion Seals all resting on the beach. Gary was happy as it didn't cost us anything. We went onto our first dual carriage and it stayed that way for the last two hours. The speed limit is 55mph (90km) on these roads. Carmel ...