The Jabberwock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We stopped in Monterey today continuing on our journey to LA. There isn't a lot to do here but we enjoyed a walk around the old cannery area where we spotted some sea otters from the window at lunch. We then took a drive along the 17 Mile scenic route that includes lots ...
... us so it was good to be able to catch up on our sleep. We also did laundry as the laundry facility at the campgrounds is very nice and right across from Big Mo - very handy. We picked Lilly up at school and brought her home to change into her gee. She has Aikido on Thursday afternoons and has been doing it for two years. She has progressed from the last time we saw her and is an older class. When her sensei ...
... and spotted plenty of Otters and Sea Lions in the water. We headed back to San Jose later in the evening and then went for slice of pizza before coming back and playing the dance game on the Xbox. We can all agree non of us are up to Michael Jacksons standards. We didn't go to sleep until 3:15am in the morning which made myself and Jessie feel old as we can't remember the last time we stayed up that ...
... have a cocktail menu! Ended the night playing pool, which ended Mum 2, Me 1 - to be continued!, with gentle jibes from the locals about our skill, or lack of. We left Pismo Beach the next morning and drove to Morro Bay which is famous for a freshwater estuary connected to the sea near a huge rock, and also seals which live in the estuary. Stopped for brunch at a cute cafe on the estuary and drove to the main town for a wander around the shops. Luckily we had left our purses in ...
... is asleep now... She has been in cracking form and is the chief activity planner. I was worried about her yesterday when, within a 90 minute period, she asked "are we on the West or East coast?", "what year was it 2000 years ago?" and, whilst admiring the worlds tallest trees, the Californian redwoods, "have you seen these redwines before?". Her thermoregulatory system has caused her to adjust her 'layers' quite radically about every 4 to 6 minutes. She lost a ...