The Mariner's Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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The room was nice, not too crowded, and there were silver tureens with lids... looks promising!
Powdered egg has its uses, but making scrambled egg with it is not one of them, in my book.
You call those strange things sausages? What? No bacon??
Plain unsweetened porridge. English muffins! With real butter! Perfect. And a nice banana! Good coffee!
After that we drew a blank.
'Croissants' over here bear no ...
... just outside, but they were the cleanest ones I’ve seen so they must still clean them daily. There was also a laundry place across the parking lot from us so we got caught up on our laundry.
We ate fish fillets with Spanish rice for dinner and some leftover mac and cheese. Pretty good. After that I walked around to the art galleries and spoke with a local who said Cali has been in a drought for five years and that they usually get about ...
... afternoon and got a room at Otter Inn, just a block from Cannery Row (Think John Steinbeck). Gulls and otters frolicking in and around the water. Area gradually being reclaimed for tourism and hotels. Very lucky to get so close to it all for just over $90 for the night, with the expected free wifi, and unexpected basket of pastry goodies. Off to the Pub for ...
... olive oil, white vinegar and a bottle of local pesto.
We found a middle eastern restaurant down the street for lunch. Falafel, grape leaves, babba ganoush and roasted veggies filled the plates and our stomachs. The place was packed with ladies carrying roses and families dressed up to escort their favorite mothers, grandmothers and even some great grandmothers to a celebratory meal. Happy mother’s day to all mother’s out there, ...
... There are some 22,000 pieces of art collected by William Randolph Hearst. These pieces range from tapestries, silver, mantelpieces, ceilings, chorister seating, and other furnishings. Many pieces date from the 17th century and are mostly Spanish, Italian and French in origin, although the Greek pottery and the Egyptian statues are dated much earlier. There were also some wonderful pieces of Irish and English silver. It was ...