Sea View Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ordered clam chowder in a sour dough bowl. Yummy! Doug ordered a beef sandwich on a sour dough bun. The meat and fixings were good but the bun was very hard and Doug had a hard time chewing through it. We were thinking of Mother, and knowing she would not have been able to eat the bun at all. We browsed through a couple of souvenir shops but found nothing we couldn't live without. We continued through the wharf and then made our way to the starting point for the Powell ...
Our driving down the number 1 highway, we came across the towns of Monterey and Carmel. The actual town of Monterey didn't have too much to offer as we went to the information centre, but they did recommend the 17 Mile Drive, which connected the two towns together. This was $10 entry, but my word it was unbelievable, it was one of the nicest place I have been, it was like the perfect place for retirement. It was a ...
... for us for the tour and he was - although he had the wrong name, we knew it was us.
We said our goodbyes to Mary and George and got on the mini van where there was another Aussie couple on board as well as a couple from Chicago. Next stop we picked up a French lady and her son and after that, another couple from the UK - all up 10 in the mini van.
Our driver and guide was Mike, from Best ...
... etc. Everything was rather quiet - many stores did not open until 10 or later. Many art galleries abound.
Drove on the 17 mile drive - beautiful! Stopped at the lodge at Pebble Beach and had lunch at "The Bench". We all totally enjoyed this! The lunch was delicious - FIL had mac & cheese, Kelly had mussels, MIL and I had salads. The view of the course and the ocean was beautiful! Kelly told us stories of past tournaments ...
... along with his wife Lisa and their three delightful kids, David, Natalie and Tanya also came by. We all went out to lunch on Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf. The Wharf is sorta like a one-dish Costco. All the restaurants (and there are many) are out in front of their place offering samples of their clam chowder. If you get one from each place you don’t need to buy lunch!
We found a restaurant and sat down ...