Blue Lagoon Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Lagoon Inn Monterey
its got dirty carpets, thin walls, strange bath and a off location. But it is what it is - cheap.
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After a chilly night (remember this is California in August for flips sake) we packed up and got on the road by 10am. The day promised better scenery as we were venturing up the best 100 mile stretch of Highway 1. And what a stretch - absolutely beautiful. Even though the flipping Californian fog hung over the coast most of the way the road was breath taking.
Erin wasn't feeling so good. ...
... to both Americans and foreign visitors: DO NOT go camping anywhere in the US if Independence day is on either side of a weekend; every city dweller thinks
they’re Davey Crockett and needs to go into the wilderness and take every
campsite and piece of flat ground that a car or RV can get to. The level of
every lake rises by about three feet as thirty million water craft are ...
... We have no view to speak of from our balcony - just of the crowds heading to Cannery Row. As our room is high priced, I imagine ocean view rooms are incredibly pricier! So, after tonight's events, we'll all breakfast together, then say adieu. But this time around, several of us are exchanging addresses, phone numbers, email addresses - we intend to stay in touch, even visit each other. ...
... and white and was a sprawling B&B with outstanding views of the ocean.
After several minutes we stopped at a gate where Mike got out of the van to pay the fee. There is a $10 fee per car to drive through Pebble Beach – fair enough, the grounds are immense – there are 6 golf courses.
We stopped at Bird Rock which of course had birds on it and a small colony of sea ...
... land and money. William Randolph Hurst inherited 40,000 acres of prime coastal Californian land (which his father bought for 75-cents an acre during the gold rush) and built this >120-bedroom "ranch"…. It is extravagant to say the least, filled with priceless artwork, swimming pools, a zoo, tennis courts, etc. He used it as a holiday home and hosted parties for Rita Hayworth, Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Walt Disney to name a few, and today… Dan and Zoe ...