Economy Inn Seaside
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... seats and a roof, and to wide open cars, where the seats were logs that ran the length of the car on each side, and had a cutout into a bench to sit. Of course, we chose the wide open cars, to be able to take better pictures.
The ride took us about 25 minutes down the mountain, where we got out while they added water to the tender. Then we got back on for the 25 minute push back up the mountain. The ...
... flooded fields, waterfalls almost flooding the highway, and a couple of rainbows.
We made it to Monterey for the night and stayed on another 80's themed Red Roof in.
The starter motor on the van decided to **** out. It has 30 years and 100k+ miles on it, so I'll not give it too much ****.Actually, I gave it a lot of **** as I need to hit it with a wrench to get it moving again. Great. Hopefully I can get this thing running in the morning for our appointment with the ...
... boy does the heat fall away. We get out of the car at a now chilly 65 degrees and search for sweaters. A drop of 36 degrees in two and a half hours! The kids made good use of the hotel leisure facilities and us parents got good value from happy hour free drinks. Dinner at the Chillis Mexican was tasty and great value and we befriended an American from Maryland working away from home who sent us over a cheesecake so another city where we now feel very welcome and very at ...
... nick-nacks by the RV load, the occasional low-rider pumping out gangster doof with the silver tooth chauffeur in wrap around shades smiling at inflatable orange girls. And the endless NO rules along with reminders that you are standing on US property and you will be trespassing if you proceed.
We walked the beach front, from lighthouse to surfer statue whistling "This Land Is Your Land." From ice cream store to roller coaster, we fixed dinner in the ...
... looking for. We parked our rear ends on the patio overlooking the 18th hole and the grand stands (the AT&T Pro Am is next weekend - for all I know, that could be the wrong name, all I know is there were grand stands in the way of my ocean view - humph!) Curtis ordered a Stella, I enjoyed some ice water, and we split an appy (duck fat potatoes - ya, your mouth just filled with saliva, didn’t it? Also, does that sound very ‘casual dining’ to you?) ...