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After collecting the car in San Francisco our next stop was a small town called Monterey on the West coast about 100 miles south of SF, we stayed here for 1 night in a tacky little motel called the Blue Lagoon.
... extra except breakfast. $19.50 per night just to park our car in an underground car-park strikes me as outrageous. Also we have to pay for internet (£2.50 per hour) which is a particular dislike of mine. This blog entry will be text only unless I can add a couple of pictures in the time allocated.
The Radisson in S.F. provided a lightning fast wi-fi for free, 12MB of pictures went in about 30seconds.
I have to admit to not ...
... sobre las 17, hacemos check In, dejamos las maletas y vamos directos a hacernos el 17miles Drive, otro “National Park”, otra entrada, muchos campos de golf, muchos pijos, pocos animalitos.
La verdad es que está bien verlo pero no cobraría 10 USD para esta mini ruta entre ricos.
Llega la noche, volvemos al Motel y planeamos la bajada....mañana llegaremos a Morro Bay pasando por Carmel y Hearts Castle.
... watching Jim drifting further and further out to sea! 'JIM.... come back" lol!!
I somewhat remember slipping and falling my way to the hotel rrom and crashing!
So much fun! .... and his was supposed to be a quiet night in Monterey! Did not happen! I think we brought the Vegas game to the California coast!
Ahhhh! Monterey! how I wish we could stay longer! Fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves!
... out how to operate the gas bowser, but after some help from the attendant we were good to go. He must have had bad experiences with Aussies as he insisted on holding onto Chad’s license while he filled the car with gas. Back on the open road we stumbled across our first country radio station, which helped prepare ...