Seven Gables Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We hit the road after the visit to get to the starting point of the bike trip Monterey on Highway 1. The trip was 100 miles through pine lined hills with deer, but a wee bit to much traffic, but we broke the back to emerge onto highway 1 surrounded by strawberry fields which smelt amazing. The coast part was windy with large dunes but great fun & free roads. We arrived Monterey job done all looking high on life but ...
... part of a moon landing expedition. Having wandered through the aquarium for hours we drove north up the coast sad to leave Hal, Sharon, Danielle and Matt behind. In the fading light we watched the surf beat the sand strewn verge of Highway 1 until in the dark we arrived at our final stop in Pacifica with 1183.9 miles covered in almost 33 hours of driving through this great state. Exhausted from our whistle stop tour we spent our last day with the Harris elders ...
... to see it we mainly just grabbed a bite to eat and relaxed. After we wrapped things up in Hollywood we were back in the van ready for a long days drive. The scenery had changed dramatically and we were now amongst lots of greenery and mountains. I basically slept majority of the van trip and woke up to palm trees, beaches and big houses in Santa Barbara. There was even an old school horse carousal lit up with fairy lights, it was stunning to see. This was ...
... of a walk down memory lane. Used to visit my grandmother here in Monterey during some of the summers when I was in high school. My aunt owned a kid’s clothing store called Lads and Lassies. My grandmother and I would walk to town, a couple mile walk, some of it on 35 degree inclines, to visit my aunt, and just for the exercise. My grandmother really believed in walking, walking, walking!!! Anyway, my aunt’s store was in two ...
The last two days have started with wonderful walks along the ocean.
Yesterday, we parked the car near the Inn at Spanish Bay and walked from there to the Asilomar Conference Center where the Standens had one of their family reunions in 1989. Great memories!
When we started the walk near Spanish Bay, it was 58 degrees, and I was glad that I had my fleece jacket and gloves and a cap. Little foggy and cool. Beautiful ...