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... Mission is here too and we arrived a few minutes before they closed for the day. It was established by Spanish Priest, Junýpero Serra in 1770 to preach the Gospel to California's Native Americans. The magnificent Adobe Basilica stands majestically in the centre of the compound.
Back on the 17 mile drive we wound our way back through the hilly centre of the peninsula past yet more golf clubs and back to Monterey.
... We stopped in Los Robles and will continue on to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara.
Kallen was so excited to have PIZZA for lunch! We got to see the Chevron Oil Plant with lots of oil wells. We took a lot of pictures from our roomettes. We also learned that on our way to Salinas, we passed the Morton Salt Company where Kallen saw a GIANT pile of ...
... nearly $600 for the two nights. This is cheap for this time of the year and with the car thing on.
The "suite" consists of two old rooms connected by a door with a bathroom off the main bedroom.
Peter and I take the back room which has two separate beds and no air conditioner, power points that don't work and the Internet strength of a two day old baby.
I am starting to worry about bed bugs and dirty sheets and ...
... but wasn't too sure. As she was heading in the same direction as we climbed the hill, we all seemed to be walking together so she soon struck up a conversation asking where we were from. She had never been to the UK before, so was asking about the cost of hotels in London as she was wanted to visit Buckingham Palace and see the changing of the guards. We spent a goodly while on the corner of the street talking about the various places in the UK worth seeing, but I could see that ...
... pelicans flying about. Roy was busy snapping pictures, hoping for a good one. Too funny...we left there and stopped at the public wharf to see what time the fish and chips place closed, took a short walk onto the pier and lo and behold there were a half dozen pelicans just standing there on the wharf on top of the garbage bins! We were so close it reminded me of running across the penguins last year in New Zealand. Of course Roy's camera was in the car and my ...