Casa Verde Inn
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... We were pretty toasty after a few hours so drove around to Asilomar Beach again for half hour so Dan could go body surfing. He only caught the one then the cold got the better of him. It was a relaxed day all round and that evening we just chilled and made a really nice pasta meal. It makes such a different to have a kitchen and cook decent food.
Today we certainty left the best for last and drove the scenic 17-Mile Drive route through Pebble Beach and Pacific ...
... and a huge gummi bear!!! We realised we were pretty exhausted so went and found our room (after going to the wrong place first ). Finally found it and realised their county fair was on! Wanted to check it out but we were too tired. Got some subway for dinner, Shane got a huge beer from the servo (also encountered super racist servo man). Back to the room to eat, watch some TV and sleep! Back on the road to LA tomorrow!! ...
... natural landscaping.
We then entered the Pebble Beach Golf Links - no natural landscaping here. What a fabulous place - I will let the photos tell the story. Can't imagine trying to keep the ball on the fairway here.
If you are ever tempted, here are the prices. For a ...
... all due to the types of clay. It’s apt that one of the places is called the painted hills. We took several hikes through these places; enduring the heat of the late afternoons (around the mid nineties). Note in the photos the countless layers of geological history spanning hundreds of millions of years,
all exposed by erosion. It is said to be one of the best fossil fields in the
... coffee, so we went into Starbucks and sat in the sun next to Forrest Gump's bench and enjoyed that. Cannery Row is appealing. There is a strong John Steinbeck theme, with shops, wax works, cafes and statues dedicated to him. Cannery Row featured prominently in two of John Steinbeck's most famous novels, Cannery Row and Sweet Thursday. He lived close by so he has been claimed as a local hero. ...