Pleasure Point Inn
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... we usually do, which was probably for the better seeing as we were looking at over 300 miles of driving today. We had a quick breakfast, broke camp faster than we ever had before, (I think the fact that it was raining a little bit helped speed up the process a bit) and headed on out to San Francisco...Or so we planned. Along the way to San Francisco we took the scenic route called "The Avenue of the Giants". This stretch of road would take us through ...
... to admire the waves crashing against the rocks, the seals basking in untidy rows on the beaches, or the cormorants, pelicans or gulls crowding onto the rocks. Everywhere you looked you could see the shiny heads of seals bobbing up... and we passed the occasional clusters of sea lions on the beaches or around the base of the rocks. The noise they make are a dead give away! We didn't see Clint Eastwood, Paris HIlton, Bing Crosby, Tiger Woods or any of the other stars ...
... and Mexican presence and we navigated our way around this busy city to some of them. By accident we found our way into the Presidio Army Base, but someone passing by helped us find where we wanted to go.
A must see on our visit here was obviously Pebble Beach Golf Links, America's number 1 public course. From Monterey you begin '17 Mile Drive', one of the most scenic drives in the world. You pay as you enter of ...
... we can work on that when we get to Canada. Found nuts in the trunk of the tree next to our camper that a wood pecker had been loudly pecking in the day before. Didn't get a picture of the bird unfortunately. Packed up & hit the road along the coast to a camp ground in Santa Cruz. The first thing I saw when we arrived at the campground was a ninja squirrel that scrapped itself along the road like a soldier. ...
... Carousel Inn. It turned out it was on the same street as our hotel and even closer to the Boardwalk. We thankfully caught Mike Schmidt just as his work day was ending.
Then we headed to the wharf for some more exploring. The classics like Stagnaro's and Marini's Munchies were still there along with a few new stylish additions (i.e. Firefish which Mike recommended).
At the end of the pier was ...