Old Monterey Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Monterey
... the tricky task of sorting out the bill. Before too long there were dollar bills of every denomination being flung at her from all over the table and it looked more like a game of monopoly than anything else as she counted and recounted and stacked up the notes in piles of hundreds.
The last few days seem to have flown by and tomorrow we set off north with just the two of us for the last week.
More challenges, more adventures!
... set up our tent and admire the nice campgrounds. The sun has started to make an appearance and it’s nice and warm. We skyped Jenny for her birthday and had some nice chats for a while. We decided it was only 3pm-ish so we put our running gear on and decide to run down to the main road through all the farmlands. It was so hot, but we pumped out a good 4km run.
We get ...
... of whales and dolphins! We chatted to a, fittingly, rather large American whale aficionado who was a volunteer photographer on board, and he shared some facts about the trip ahead. When we started to motor out of the pier, we immediately passed huge group of seals, sea lions and sea otters, all basking in the sun on the jagged rocks or relaxing in the water. A huge number of birds, including enormous pelicans, were also flying around us. As the Sea Wolf II sped up, the wind ...
... Portland is gorgeous! Green, green with massive colorful trees, hedges, ferns, fruit trees and flowers all over the place. We visited Washington Park - a 410 acre hillside area that includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children’s museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, amphitheater, memorials, archery range, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and several miles of trails.
... by this time it was 4:30pm and most people were gone. This was a redwood area and very pretty, with streams and a magical feel.
After I reached a nice waterfall there, I realized I got a blister again while on this hike and this was frustrating. I had to spend my evening after this buying supplies for blisters.
It was a difficult day but with some good parts. But the next two days would make it all worth it.