Happy Landing Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and by this time my stress had resided and I was able to drive across the road for a very very average Chinese meal but that at least they sold beer, let the inhaling begin.
I then drove across the road to the motel where there was a quick chat with the Guru and then it was time to settle right down and prepare for the next day on the road.
Until next time, stay alert!
Bucket List Tick: one from the late 80's - Hearst Castle, tick
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The last stop of the day along our long route to San Francisco was in Monterey for ice cream. We parked the cars and walked down Cannery Row, stopping in a couple gift shops along the way. I got a sweatshirt and Matthew got a pressed penny with a shark on it, so we both scored. I took a few pictures; it was really pretty there at dusk. We each got an ice cream at Nestle and then hopped back on our route to San Francisco. Only two hours from this ...
We set off and it was a ninety mile drive to Carmel along the coast. One and a quarter miles after leaving, we stopped off at an elephant seal rookery, only expecting to see a few. Well we were pleasantly surprised to see hundreds of them! Well this is America and they like to go big! We walked along looking at them all resting on shore and saw some making their way to seal. It was so funny to see them moving along on their bellies!! Whilst ...
... car ride. The line was very long and we looked at it and said "We'll wait till tomorrow" so we hopped in a taxi and rode up and down the steep hills to Canterbury Resort. Doug had done enough walking for the day, so he relaxed watching the Ryder Cup and I set off to see Grace Cathedral and a couple of posh hotels on the top of Nob Hill. These were the steepest hills I had seen and it was a workout to make it to the top. Once there though, it was worth the climb and ...
... walked the Cannery Row but it's just shops & by that point in the day, the crowds had arrived. We ate lunch at Johnny Rockets (yum), then returned to our room to nap and rest . Tonight is our group's social hour, followed by dinner and a digital photo collage of the group to watch. Should be fun! Our hotel room is lovely and the service rivals that of a cruise ship, including the ...