The Jabberwock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Race time was bright and early at 7am. While it was chilly, I was glad that we ran and beat the heat.
The race itself was beautiful. We ran along the coastline for much of it. I only wish I hadn't been in so much pain so I could have enjoyed the views a little more. I was the happiest when it was over-- I didn't get a PR but at least we all made it.
We had all these plans to sightsee and have adventures after the race, ...
... wine, the world etc. So half cut I wandered to the Aquarium. Very expensive but very good in fairness. A chance to see animals (and take photos more importantly) that I had only seen snorkelling or on tv. Leopard sharks, otters, penguins, jellyfish to name a few. Given it was such a lovely day and a long walk ahead of us to the motel we made a bee line to the local Micro brewery to do some beer tasting. Really good idea as can choose five beers from ...
After a short "get oriented" run this morning, we had a nice room-service breakfast then headed across the street to find out about renting bikes. Contrary to advice given by one to-be-unnamed daughter, there is actually good biking along 17 Mile Drive, so we rented a couple of road bikes and headed out on the Monterey Bay Recreation trail that runs from about 25 miles north of Monterey to about 4 miles west.
... like: Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer had played here. The courses uses Cypress Point as it's emblem. Yesterday we watched Germany hand it to Brazil as Murray would say. We then went to go and get the bikes out. After a tug of war with the padlock we got them out. I realised then that I had forgotten how to ride a bike. The last time I was on one was probably primary school. After walking the bikes to the cycle path we got on and ...
... after I drop you off.”
Our five-day, 2,400 mile drive to CA is long and boring. Our sightseeing is done on the freeways, most striking is the St. Louis Arch, which we circle around, and enjoy from every angle. We stop long enough for photos in my favorite Grand Canyon, the stunningly colorful Painted Desert, and the Petrified Forest. After I drop-off Mooch, I head over to visit ...