Gateway Thunderbird Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
After a day spent visiting Carmel Beach which looks like it's come straight out of a Beach Boys video and Monterey home of famous US author John Steinbeck we roll into our woodland campsite to face our first night out in the wild. Gary just about managed to curb his competitive nature (and the urge to try and get his tent up better and faster than anyone else) and we miraculously get a tent up for the first time without any ...
... the festivities. Zozo couldn't resist a digestive dip with Aunty Lia before hitting the road. Equipped with cold water from arrowhead, we went on our way to Gorda Springs, Big Sur. A beautiful drive along the coast accompanied by low hanging cloud for ambient effect. We road the windy coastal road reminiscent of Portofino at times... Well... aside from the hundreds of elephant seals that lay lazily limp on the beach... ...
... Jelly Belly you could ever want even vomit flavoured ones! Had to go past the outskirts of San Fran and San Jose on our way at rush hour of course and got caught up in traffic which slowed us up! Priced the first Best Western on our way into Monterey right on the waterfront and prices reflected that. Third hotel we tried was almost reasonable ...
Woke up really really early as I said due to the bloody racket! Had breakfast, packed up and the boys went to load the car only to find we had a flat tyre - joy! Fortunately in this country checkout is usually 11 or noon so Andrea and I went and sorted out some food for lunch and hung about in the hotel waiting for them to drive 20 minutes back to a smaller town that had somewhere to repair the tyre - 45 minutes to ...