Rodeway Inn - Monterey
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... done very grudgingly- happy to move on.
The Big Sur starts below Monterey and ends at San Simeon. It was a dull dull day with mist and haze. Some really lovely bits but found ourselves thinking that Cornwall had more to offer - especially our Rame Peninsula (summer holidays every year for 9 years and lots of visits in between. We did think it was really lovely and the light was like St Ives- just had it built up to ...
... us out.
But the dredge was mind blowing
in the concept. Bigger than a Manly ferry it created its own harbour, digging
the earth (and hopefully gold) from in front of it and throwing the tailings
out the back and with every bite the harbour moved forward as the hole got
longer in the front and short at the back taking the water with it. The nine
feet deep harbour took ...
... for the kids and cold beer for the adults.
After leaving the wharf area, we drove down to Cannery Row where the original cannery building are still in existence. All of the buildings have been converted to a resort now, but the exterior architecture remains the same.
We walked along the jetty to enjoy the weather and watch an amazing sunset. At the end of the jetty, one of the two Coast ...
... traffic had stopped so we turned off and tried to find a park which proved really difficult! Driving a little further along we did manage to get a park and went for a walk along the beach back towards the main beach.
There was an amusement park similar to Coney Island in New York on the waterfront and volleyball nets on the beach. And a lot of people seeing as it was Labor Day and a public holiday for the Americans! We dipped our feet into the water and it ...
... it took us some seven hours. Today it took far less time as we did not have as many stops. I have to admit that the way south is far more picturesque that the way north, as today we had our backs to the sea, and it is a lot harder to get off the road to take photos. However, since October, there must have been a number of landslides, as there are a lot of road repair works in operation. Unfortunately I did not ...