Wild Coyote Winery B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of this area. We saw lots of big tractors, many people working in the fields picking or planting, irrigation pipes and fields covered with plastic. After settling into our room, and plugging in the GPS to the computer to download the West maps, we headed out to explore Monterey. Our first stop was Fisherman's Wharf. Not nearly as commercial as in SF, this wharf looks like a working fishing wharf with Fish Markets, many fishing as well as pleasure boats, and ...
... rocked us in. This caused large amounts of water which smelt surprisingly similar to my old fish tank to flood up my nose. For those who don't know, my old fish tank rarely got cleaned. After struggling back on board and a lot of shouting to make it clear that I was not impressed... Ben decided it was time for round 2. After that I climbed aboard a nearby deck with a slide attachment. The last remaining platform in the area which was still in the ...
We spent a lazy morning walking around this friendly and relaxed city. Apparently it's North America's happiest. Everyone was certainly welcoming and helpful, from the volunteers in the (dull) museum to the sales assistants in Banana Republic (was naughty). Even in Abercrombie & Fitch, where all the clothes are not designed for chubbies like me. It was good to have a day like this as the trip up until ...
... on an old western cowboys movie set. Talk about the Wild West of California! We were in it! I quickly ducked into the corner store, where I was confronted with Spanish music blaring out onto the street, a man cooking meats on a cart on the street corner and a kid riding up the street with an esky selling Snow cones, there wasn’t a sole around! It was bizarr, not only that there was hardly an English item in the store! We most certainly had driven back in ...
... Dove, Barb (and my) mom.
Back on the road over the mountain we headed to the Hearst Castle. The website said all of the tours were booked until around three if the afternoon, and it was only 1:30 p.m. However, Barb wouldn’t be denied! She asked the attendant about a waiting list for the next tour and he said, rather snidely, “What are we sold out?” “Well, yeah, that’s what your website says.” Barb responded ...