Old Monterey Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... Seems like the US touring cycling community know all about the little Somerset outfit and those that don't, stare in admiration at Angela's step-through tourer. This guy had just spent eighteen months cycling in South America, so had lots to tell us about La Paz and Chile. Soon after we were in farmland with sprouts and artichokes all around - supposedly, it's the ...
Although inseparable to this moment we decided to do different things for the morning and early afternoon. I embarked on the historic walk of the town whilst bush whale watched. I felt my experience the day before was going to be hard to top. Following a trusted town map I literally followed the yellow brick road. I snaked around looking at old buildings, the wharf (where more seals were perched on anything that floated), the old jail, Robert Louis ...
... the west end of the Recreation trail, a nice biking and walking trail that keeps you away from the traffic, you end up at the northern end of 17 Mile Drive. For those of you who don't know, 17 Mile Drive is a beautiful, privately-owned road that runs around the outside of the peninsula between Monterey and Carmel. Absolutely beautiful views of this section of the California coast. It runs by and through some of the most famous ...
... River; crossed by
three beautiful bridges. Vertigo and sea sickness go hand in hand with Rossi.
That night we camped above the Crooked River. And the next day
we kayaked the enormous reservoir, competing with a million power boats and
their kayak wobbling waves.
We took off south again but had to take a detour to see Smith Rock. That’s the trouble with ...
... churning Pacific Ocean in its full glory. The spectacular sight, and realization that I actually made it to the west coast is breathtaking. After a tour of the fascinating cannery, Carver drives us to the ocean cliffs, and into the redwood forest. I'm in love with CA.
“WOW! These redwoods are HUGE. Stop the car, Carver! Back up a little. I want to take a photo of these ...