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Travel Blogs from Monterey
... watched as they filmed a Clint Eastwood inspired character riding a bull...looked interesting. We also saw a party of people walking their pets, one of which was a baboon on a leash. Appropriate really as the remake of Planet of the Apes was shot there too! After Vasquez we left for Monterey at about 9am. The GPS estimated we would get there about 2pm but after stopping for lunch it ...
... Yelp. Served buffet style;we tucked into eggs, bacon, sausage toast and loads of fruit.it was great. A couple of cups of coffee and we are all ready to head back to the falls. It's now 8.00am. Whilst driving back to the park, I noticed footprints on my windscreen. Not small either, like paw prints. It must have been a raccoon. Brad Pitt checks our tickets at the gate again, and we stopped to fill our bottles at the fountain. We parked our car in parking ...
... a birds poos on the car, we have that much cover! Richard was the bravest and did the first drive out the airport and about 20 miles down the road. We then swapped and I did the rest of the journey to the hotel. It's a lovely ride, nice to have power when you need it, but I don't feel like its out of control. We got to the hotel. Hyatt regency Monterey.....WOW! It's beautiful!!! The room we're in is a standard.... You'd never have guessed, it's huge ...
... swings, cable car and an old carousel. The Giant Dipper is a historic wooden roller coaster. It took 47 days to build at a cost of $50,000. It opened on May 17, 1924. With a height of 70 feet and a speed of 55 miles per hour, it is one of the most popular wooden roller coasters in the world and is the 5th oldest coaster left standing in America. It was fun and made me scream! Daddy squashed his sunglasses. We went to Outback Steakhouse for ...
... top down on the car. Unfortunately it wasn't a one-button exercise. The user manual was quite complex and didn't help either. I asked a guy who had a mini convertible parked in front of me if he knew. He came over and took a look but couldn't work it out either. Bummer. I gave up in the end.
I carried on and rolled into the town of Monterey and decided to get a hotel as it was a fairly decent drive from here to the next lot of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking