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The Discovery Inn, Monterey, California

By the time we’d finally finished the awful Big Sur road and reached Monterey, we were starving and desperate for the loo. All my pre-planned motels on the list went out the window and after a quick check on trip advisor in the Burger King car park, we decided to stay here…

I would highly recommend this motel. It was very clean, very quiet and a very friendly man at the desk who insisted on bringing us extra towels. It had a big telly, but not many channels. The beds were big and comfy. Very nice fruit juice and muffins for breakfast too.

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