Lone Oak Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... up to 2.5 tonne. The babies were cuddled in on the beach with their mums. we learned that the pups stay on the beac hfor three months before they swim and feed for themselves.
Our next stop further up the coast at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park which was supposedly the best stop in Big Sur National Park. However the park was closed due to the heavy rainfall the week before. So instead we carried onto Andrew Molera State Park where we did a ...
... car rental place so as Turner is known to do, he asked what kind of benefit he could get. Hence, we had a Mustang for the day! It was beautiful. Some of you won't believe me, but the clouds even disappeared as we started driving. So much so that we had to stop for sunscreen! The drive was fabulous. Paul and I had a permanent grin for most of the drive. Jack suggested we sell the Nissan and just buy one when we get home! Monterey is a lovely town, and ...
... the boy's favourite breakfast. It's a really popular spot, but the worth the wait for their fantastic crepes.
It was a cloudy, breezy morning in Monterey and the ocean was choppy as we boarded our boat, the Sea Wolf, and set off in the hope of seeing some very big sea mammals. From the start we marvelled at the abundance of sea-life in the bay. Before we'd even got out of the harbour we'd seen seals, sea-lions, and sea otters. ...
Just Say No
“WOW! I can’t believe that I’m seeing the Pacific Ocean for the first time in my life!” I exclaim. “It takes my breath away!”
“We'll go to the cliffs along the ocean next, and stop near a bridge, where we’ll walk out onto the rock formations in the water,” Carver says.
"That's great, Carver!"
... at least, and don’t really like to head out on a hike not knowing how long it is or what we might see. One of the maintenance guys told us about a hike down to the beach about a mile up the road so we went there next. The trail had a sign that was partially visible from the road, but we would not have found it on our own. When we reached the bottom and walked through a tunnel, we came out to a cove where the waves were crashing against huge rocks ...