Gateway Thunderbird Motel

Address: 1909 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside, California, 93955, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1909 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside, is near Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Courses, Ventana Vineyards, One Ocean Avenue, and Monterey Bay Recreation Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Seaside

    Day 67-Steamtrain Morning, CruiseControl Afternoon

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 29, 2015

    22 photos

    ... its 37 miles. The rest of the trip was freeway. CA-99N to CA-152W, to CA-156W were nothing but flat and straight. In the meantime, it had been a pleasant 91 degrees when we left Oakhurst, but once we got out of the mountains, the temperature quickly shot up to 104 degrees and stayed there for most of the afternoon. There wasn't much to do but turn on the cruise control, open all the air vents and deflectors on the bike and ...

    Having a whale of a time up the west coast

    A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Sep 14, 2014

    ... crazy thing is that due to the distance the noise we heard happened a few seconds after the event. We arrived at Monterey at sunset and walked into town to sample some Italian food and then head to the crown and anchor. Sticking to my policy of American local beers only we enjoyed a quiet pint before heading back to the motel. The town seemed nice in the dark so we were hopeful of more adventures the next ...

    Big Surrin' Checkin' Seas

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 18, 2014

    61 photos

    ... in the water. Clouds had covered us by then, so the turquoise colors were not as noticeable but the view was still gorgeous.
    Andrew Molera was very close to our campground, so we took another hike down to the beach which went past a campground and little to look at until we reached the beach. After a quick uphill climb, we found ourselves on a bench that overlooked another cove. Once again waves were rolling in, and this time we had a great view of ...

    The Boy Who Cried Sea Otter

    A travel blog entry by frostie77 on Oct 14, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Amusement Park. Surprise, surprise all the rides are closed. We wanted to go on the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster but it was closed. Onto the beach we head and the sand is awesome. Another dip in the freezing cold sea and we stroll along the golden sand towards the pier. On the pier we can hear sealions but can't see them. Further out to sea we go and we can see the sealions hanging off a small pier half way down. ...

    All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey

    A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 14, 2013

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... the year but the fog and wind (I know but go with me) that rolls off the Pacific Ocean means it can drop remarkably. 200 yards down the road however it can feel 10 degrees warmer. Mark Twain (who is always good for a quote) once said the coldest winter he ever suffered was one summer he spent in San Francisco. The city is made up of a selection of districts of varying wealth and fame. It was built on 42 hills (as well as the San Andreas fault line, so no academy award ...