Motel 6 Salinas South
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Not good but did its job!
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Today came the rain ... we have had perfect weather up until now, but today it has rained buckets. We headed out from San Francisco, and despite some road closures for the big parade (celebrating the Giants World Series win), we didn't have too much trouble getting out of the city. First stop was Barbara's Fishtrap in Half Moon Bay, reported to …
... rush hour. After twenty minutes of Jack's "help", Jenn was ready to throw in the towel. I thought about it, but smelled rental car company blood in the water and shook off the desire to go back to the apartment and crawl back into bed.
An amazing cab driver took us to the shabby rental office in the part of town all people and guidebooks tell us to avoid. Apologies were given. Accepted, we moved on and in typical Turner style I also suggested ...
... Co (Dur)
- Local brewpub with very tasty food, $2 pints on special
- BBQ in an incredible setting, plus comforty smoked turkey open faced
- Simple deli sandwiches in surreal Ouray
... workers, and became the setting for one of John Steinbeck's most colourful novels, Cannery Row. The nearby Spirit of Steinbeck Monterey Wax Museum recreates scenes from California's past, including scenes from Steinbeck's novels. I am now the proud possessor of a copy of 'Cannery Row' which I bought at the aquarium, the obvious place to buy books. The Aquarium came highly recommended, so it was out major excitement of the day. The entrance fee of $40 per person ...
We checked out of our hotel this morning and went for a drive around San Francisco to see a few things before we left. A quick drive down Lombard Street, the crookedest street in the world, then a drive around the neighbourhood with the "painted ladies", the victorian terraces that S.F. is famous for, then through Pacific Heights and the Presidio, two very wealthy areas with huge houses worth millions, then back across ...