Inn by the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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nach einem kurzen aber gemütlichen Frühstück im Abrego haben wir beschlossen das hochgelobte "Monterey Bay Aquarium" zu besuchen; sehr interessante Sache, da gibt's Viecher im Pazifik die kennen wir gar nicht, nebst den uns bekannten Haien, Quallen und Oktopussen - sehr toll gemacht dort. …
We leave San Simeon for Santa Barbara which is only a couple of hours drive. Almost get caught in a high speed police chase with them chasing a car that swerves in front of us. They eventually crash & are caught. We Rrive in Santa Barbara & have lunch at In & Out Burger - good burgers. Get talking to a flamboyant 60+ guy from Brooklyn ...
... Joe Public across the country treating us with respect and politeness (holding doors, letting us move to the front of lines, etc.) it was challenging to adjust to the less empathetic setting of a crowd. Up until then there had been a sort of enchanted treatment we received with Matt, once in the crowds of Hollywood the enchantment was gone – but I digress, back to weirdos. One the fellows in the line for the bathroom at ...
This is the first Team Elephant blog post for 2013. It is a month late because we are a month late recovering Elephant from the shippers. There must be reasons for this delay, but I am yet to have anyone explain them and, to a great extent, we don't care about the reasons. Our own preparation and planning has been sufficient but sometimes people, or organisations, just let you down. What matters to us is getting on the road. The rest is just ...
... given another suite with a different bottle, so that was ours and would the boys like some cookies sent up? After a dip in the pool, we caught the trolley bus down State Street to the pier for a good seafood dinner. Driving back, State Street was in full swing, in a sedate way - it had a lovely feel to it. Imagine the King's Road with a Spanish twist and palm trees but without egos. Cookies duly awaited the boys, and ...