A Swift Escape

Address: 201 Central Avenue, Pacific Grove, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93950, United States | B&B
 
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      Day 14-Travel nightmare

      A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... After several rounds of arriving at LH ticketing only to be told to go to UAL and vice versa, we finally (and fortuitously) came in contact with Stephane, a UAL Global Services agent (now our hero of the year) who took pity on us and booked us on LH (remember, Stephane works for UAL) to SFO via Munich. That one worked. Glad to finally be home. Still jet-lagged and too tired to write more. Will follow up soon with our impressions of this ...

      Yosemite national park

      A travel blog entry by mustang31 on Sep 05, 2014

      5 photos

      ... OMG... We were absolutely bloody exhausted... We needed that bus so we could rest our poor little legs.. And our extremely sore backsides. We got on board and fell into a heap. We then travelled the distance back to our hotel, we were done. The experience of Yosemite National Park was one we will cherish forever. We loved every moment we spent in this amazing area, we have promised that we will go back and stay in this majestic ...

      Monterey and on to San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Feb 28, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... much of the details from - just that he was a wonderful writer). The sardines came in like a "silver tide" in the early part of the 20th century, the population of the town exploded and all these canneries were set up by the wharf to can all the sardines. The fisheries collapsed after WW2 and the canneries sat empty. Thanks to Steinbeck's novel it now has an Aquarium and has become a huge tourist mecca with the old canneries being turned into shopping ...

      Bin Laden Was A Crack Addict

      A travel blog entry by doove on Sep 15, 2013

      209 photos

      ... So, in summary, I'm not ranting about every hostel, and I'm often more than happy to get drunk. I guess using Couchsurfing, for both accommodation and excursions had opened my eyes up a bit more, both in terms of staying with locals and learning the culture/going to less touristy and harder to reach places, but also meeting a lot more open minded people and travellers that I suppose I have more in common with than OMG wheeeeey look how crazy I am exaggerating about drinking this shot! The ...

      Walks Along the Ocean

      A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 09, 2013

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... grey and spotted basking on the rocks in the fog… wish, I could say basking in the sun, but not so much.

      Cannery Row was interesting with all its history around the canneries and the Spanish, Japanese, and Filipinos who worked the fisheries and canneries in the area. And, for those of you who may have read or seen the move, Cannery Row, by John Steinbeck, there were signs along the way describing the various ...