Stonepine Estate Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of $100 million. Another heard Evan and Darcy discussing it and seemed a bit put out. When I got a chat up to extract information she seemed outraged that someone had told me about the unpaid taxes. She wanted the namer of the recalcitrant docent and I sensed that someone was going to get a dose of the Miss Trunchbull treatment. I feigned ignorance and she let us go, not before telling us what a generous and philanthropic man W. R. Hearst was. It was very grand ...
... up to the jail block. We went past the islands morgue. Just looking through this cold concrete building was enough to give you shivers. This would be the last place many of the inmates would go. The steep undulating pathway to the top of the hill led us to the entrance of the jail. We were given a head set that had audio of one of the prison guards. We started our journey at Times Square. This is where a clock stood alone against a ...
... were even lucky enough to see a pod of bottle-nosed dolphins hunting and feeding very close to us. Benjamin managed to throw himself in whilst peering down to try to spot sea hares. After two most enjoyable hours pottering around we headed back into the beach at Monterey.
That night we plumped for room service after another long day. We managed game of Lords of Waterdeep at the boys' insistence before gratefully falling into our beds.
... oak runs rampant in the area. Either way, we didn’t get poison anything, but were rewarded with a pretty awesome climb through a huge driftwood dam to get to the beach at the end of our hike. The beach was completely secluded, with wildflowers and lizards all over the place. We enjoyed the view for a while before heading back to watch the surfers again, which was a much larger crowd this time around.
All in all, Big Sur was a relaxing place to ...
... largely here in The Presidio - we'll have to get it and watch it someday. It would be interesting to see how things have changed - or stayed the same.
On top of The Presidio is the Sloat Monument. Dedicated in 1910, the monument commemorates the capture of Monterey from the Spanish on July 7th, 1846 by American forces under the command of Commodore John Drake Sloat. It dominates the landscape and ...