Casa Verde Inn
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Luckily last night was soooo much warmer than the previous! We have decided that to stick to schedule we have to be up early for sunrise and on the road. First stop off was Elkhorn Slough to see the sea otters ... There were tonnes just floating around on their backs in and out from under the bridge... These are the coolest animals I think I've seen... There was also a load of sea lions and Pelicans hanging around. Back on ...
... and we continue down south tomorrow, so we are going to venture out again tonight, down Cannery Row so we can see the place all lit up at night, then stop off for a beer in the Cannery Row Brewery.
It’s not hard to see why this area is so desirable and expensive. It is absolutely beautiful, with miles of stunning coastline to enjoy as well as the pretty town, unique shops and abundance of marine life. It is definitely our favourite place on the trip so ...
... and food! There we nice added touches which referred back to Forest Gump which were really nice. This included a sign on your table that You could flip over to alert your waitress that you needed help - one side said Run forest run, which means you fine and the other side read Stop Forest Stop, which meant you needed assistance. Also the waitresses would come round and do Forest Gump trivia with you while you waited for your food. It was nice but they were ...
... This was new, a state park, full hookups, but unmanned. We picked a plot, filled out a form and popped $35 in an envelope and popped it into a letter box.
After securing the plot we ventured back into Monteray for dinner. Finally we got back to the park and turned in for the night. Tomorrow is our last full RV day! Looking forward to a real bed in the Orchard Hotel before our return to the ...
... br> location to another. In our story, reluctantly some things will have to be ignored.
On Natalie’s suggestion we wisely took a detour to see the Craters of the Moon National Monument.We took several delightful short walks through the lava fields which are the
remains of volcanic activity that was all part of the world’s largest volcanic
basin, centred on Yellowstone NP ...