Monarch Cove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from our hotel. Then along the Main Street in the other direction, and up to the Catholic Church - Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. It is nice, but not spectacular. The homes in the area are lovely, with white picket fences and a wooden swing on the porch on many of them. They're mostly clapboard, and very attractive with beautiful gardens. It's certainly an upmarket area. Poor little Alyssa has a cold, so there was some ...
... Claire was a bit sick and upon arrival of the beach, I think the thoughts of being on the beach again really helped. There were no chain restaurants here, which was good because we can get those anytime we want. We walked along the beach for a bit before going to lunch. Lunch took a couple hours because I had so much catching up to do on family matters. It had been a long time since I talked with LIsa. The ...
... Francisco every year on this date to celebrate. Who knew?
Looking down at the Bay we could see a big cruise ship that was in port for the day. It was a Celebrity Line and apparently they come in, spend the day and then are off to another port. Fred and Rock were very happy to be viewing the ship from the hill and not being on it as engine and deck officers!
From there we went ...
... 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 ...
... Oregon, take the Cascade Region of central Oregon north, hang around the Columbia River area on the border between Oregon and Washington, then continue up into Washington hitting the major sights, maybe touching into Canada, then back down the coastal route all the way home.
Besides visiting a few of the bigger cities in Oregon or Washington, this will be our first real RV trip in these states. Sounds like fun, don't it!!