Inn at Depot Hill
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Another adventure for today….this time - car rental. We headed down the Pacific Coast Highway to Monterey and Carmel. We picked up the car rental - a Nissan Sentra - from Enterprise which was located a few blocks from the hotel and headed out along the Embarcadero and onto Interstate 280 then Highway 1 (Pacific Coast Hwy). We left around 8:15 a.m., but were slowed a bit because of rush hour traffic.
Along the drive we encountered a deer - but luckily it was ...
... the middle of winter and there were hundreds of people there. There were hundreds of surfer's here. One side of Capitola has pretty big waves for the experienced surfer's and one is a big calmer for the learners. The owner of the surfing brand O'Neil has a house within a few miles of here and it literally the only house that is on the water. All the other houses are on the other side of the road. Before leaving to ...
... celebrate, we went to a bouncy house place where they had 4 different kinds of bouncy houses. Lilly loved all of them and we were glad since she was going to stay overnight with us and we wanted her good and tired so she would sleep well.
After another delicious dinner at the Green's and an Ohio State win, we packed Lilly up and took her back to the RV for the night. She was delighted to be able to take a ...
... br> Our housing allowance helped us afford an apartment – kind of. The apartments that we looked at that fell within our allowance would have improved my foreign language skills immensely, but would probably have allowed for little and for unsound sleep. So, we dug into the budget a little deeper and found an apartment at 786-C Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove, CA. It had no dishwasher, nor washer or ...
... BF, Alan, has the perfect RV - a 21 foot fully self-contained PleasureWay - small enough to take anywhere, big enough to have all the comforts of home (well, almost). Lots of storage room and boy are we packing her to the hilt.
This trip will be somewhere between 6 - 8 weeks long we think, we will put around 3000 miles +/- on the engine and our loose plan is to take the coastal route up through Northern California, ...