Old Monterey Inn
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... sets us up for an inevitable ****** day. The funny thing is...I thought that today would be that first ****** day. The day started waiting for Enterprise Rent-a-Car, whose slogan is, "Pick Enterprise. We'll Pick You Up!"
And so I called them. Their driver called in sick and our phone number doesn't work and the long and short of it was, "take a cab and we'll pay you back". Not bad, but try snagging a cab in San Francisco's Chinatown ...
... Mel Gibson and his daughter as we messed around swimming, relaxing in the hot tub and generally enjoying a lovely sunny California afternoon and evening.
In the evening we were joined for dinner by our friends from home Patricia, Stephen and their son George. We ate in The Lodge in Carmel Valley. A very pleasant night was had by all; the boys played Uno and the grown ups drank wine. We all ate well before everyone headed off to bed.
... a round here it would set you back $495, plus card and caddy fees. Carmel-by-the-Sea is a beautiful small town with numerous boutiques, galleries and eateries. It would take a lot of money to shop here (window shopping for us again). There is also a lovely beach but by the time we arrived at 4:30pm the fog was rolling in again and it was really windy and cold. We took shelter in a cafe that sold Starbucks coffee (drinkable) and I got started on this update as we weren't due back ...
... Sweetness. Darkness hits when I reach the mountains and experience my first white-nuckle drive around sharp curves with steep drop-offs. A stream of car lights follow behind me. Their honking does not help me go faster than 25 mph. The following day, Carver gives me a tour of Monterey’s Cannery Row. Before reaching the cannery, we drive over the crest of a hill, and for the first time, I ...
... ocean's coast, Santa Cruz reminded me of a stereotypical Californian beach town. It even came equipped with teenage Mexican gangsters with knee high tube socks and poorly grown moustaches that stood guarding the doorways of the local arcades. The beach boulevard was lined with restaurants, souvenir and surf shops which faced a long stretch of sandy beach front with kayaks, people and surf ...