Pleasure Point Inn
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... exhausted when we got back to our room, and they were asleep by 8:00. Paul and I fought with our internet connection and booked a few more hotels over the next couple of nights. Off to San Simeon tomorrow after a breakfast at The Crow's Nest, which we have been told is great. Then, off to Hearst Castle on Friday. Hope you are all well.
PS Forgot to mention that Jack lost another tooth on Tuesday morning. He's looking pretty funny right now.
... was the Monterey Bay aquarium. I hesitated about going, but the aquarium does amazing work with both injured animals and promoting environmental awareness. In fact, one of my favourite exhibits was artwork by artists who use recycled materials to create their art. The kids loved the touch tanks. Jack loved all the buttons he could push. We also enjoyed the Jellies exhibit - always reminds me of my sting in Florida many years ago. The drive home ...
... you almost covered in fluourescent orange and lime green, all topped off with violent neon yellow. Scary, isn't it? At least you can see them coming and get out of the way, I suppose. Jette did not find a replacement cap, and I was not tempted by the neon vests or leggings, so it was home James. .... to find our hotel room door open. Now that is a first. And hopefully a last. That is the sort of quality or lack of quality, that I can do without. ...
... mann!". His truck wasn't starting either, and he had the breakdown service on the way, which was handy! After this kid saying conspiracy theories about how someone has gone round and done this to our cars, and trying to work out why they did it, the mechanic showed up. Unable to sort out the Americans truck he turned his attention to us, but he tested the battery and it was fine. With this turning the kid next to us even ...
... 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 ...