Travel Blogs from Monterey, United States

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Dolphin rescue, Monterey, United States travel blog

Dolphin rescue

A travel blog entry by sjhollingsworth

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Walking along the shore we noticed that a large dolphin or small whale seemed to have beached. Didn't take long for the rescuers to arrive and help. Very sad as we don't know if it was injured and still alive ...

ROAD TRIP: SAN FRANCISCO TO MONTEREY, Monterey, United States travel blog

ROAD TRIP: SAN FRANCISCO TO MONTEREY

A travel blog entry by jdboy

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... . I was like a kid with a new toy. I didn't only take photos of the car though because that would be a big wank. Monterey Bay has a beautiful beach and a pretty big fishing industry by the looks. There were lots of geese or large ducks or swans. Some sort ...

no one ever said it would be pretty, Monterey, United States travel blog

no one ever said it would be pretty

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

Ha.  Well, as Travis was relaxing comfortably in the Boston Airport Hilton last night, I was, as he mentioned, on my way to Denver.  At which point, my flight from Denver to San Jose, CA was completely cancelled.  Awesome.  This was, ...

Family Trip as a child, Monterey, United States travel blog

Family Trip as a child

A travel blog entry by barkerstravels

The title says it ...

Whale watching… Amaaaaaazing, Monterey, United States travel blog

Whale watching… Amaaaaaazing

A travel blog entry by heinlisenka

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Wooooooowww…. Dit is zoooooo cool. Bijna een droom die uitkwam*. Monterey is dé ideale plek om walvissen te spotten. Er is een gigantische baai van tientallen kilometers langs, waar de kust relatief ondiep is en daarna met een soort klif honderden ...

San Francisco to Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

San Francisco to Monterey

A travel blog entry by garethbirduk

... Coast Highway once again. After a couple of hours driving and cathing the sunset over the ocean en-route I pulled up at Monterey, finding the hostel with surprising ease. Getting a parking spot was more trouble though. Bit of a basic hostel complete with ...

Ved Stillehavet, Monterey, United States travel blog

Ved Stillehavet

A travel blog entry by vidrogmodvest

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I går kørte vi fra indkøbscenteret rundt på en halvø, der hedder Monterey.  Der kørte vi rundt ved kysten, hvor vi bl.a. så søløver. Så kørte vi hen til et sted der hedder Carmel og gik lidt rundt ved stranden. Så fandt vi en campingplads og ...

Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea

A travel blog entry by gbaillie

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... have been. I thought the scenery was very similar to the New Zealand coastal scenery, particularly the rugged South Island. Monterey was historically a fishing town which specialised in the catching, processing and canning of sardines. Today the disused ...

Big Sur and Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Big Sur and Monterey

A travel blog entry by rrsjcs

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... the mission grounds that are open to the public (it's still a serving Franciscan monastery) and then hit Highway 1 towards Monterey. We I initially drove on the freeway as far as San Luis Obispo, unremarkable except to notice that the temperature climbs ...

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey Bay Aquarium

A travel blog entry by rrsjcs

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... their log books. Puffins and penguins before back to the hotel pool (the boys found the sea too cold this far North) and then dinner in Monterey on the waterfront, with seals and sea otters in view on the water. A better night's sleep for two tired ...

Standing Stone Monument, Monterey, United States travel blog

Standing Stone Monument

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64

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... time she sees something AMAZING with her eyes, she thinks of ME... Some history of the site: Monterey is a town in Putnam County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 2,850 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Cookeville, Tennessee Micropolitan ...

Day of the Aquarium, Monterey, United States travel blog

Day of the Aquarium

A travel blog entry by folsom.miasto

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... the cuttlefish and feeding of the penguins.  Check out the photos for some of the great exhibits the aquarium offers.  I would highly recommend anyone who visits the Monterey area to check out the aquarium.  Definitely a major site to ...

Neil Young, Spy Glass, Old Cop Car and Monarchs, Del Monte Forest, United States travel blog

Neil Young, Spy Glass, Old Cop Car and Monarchs

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw

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We drive down the East Bay and across to the town of Woodside. Some of you may know that Woodside is the home of Roberts market since 1889, or the home of 49er great, Joe Montana. Or you may even know that Neil Young lives there. But, did you know ...

Rafting up with the sea otters, Monterey, United States travel blog

Rafting up with the sea otters

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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... belly and head at the same time which made me think of the co-ordination exercise. From there we headed closer to the Monterey aquarium and spotted some rafted up in some kelp just offshore, across the road from a kayak outfitter. That was the ...

Jul 15, 2011, Carmel, United States travel blog

Jul 15, 2011

A travel blog entry by jrouxel

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Destination: South, Monterey, United States travel blog

Destination: South

A travel blog entry by spaghettitours

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... sind und Chucks und Edith die berühmte Holzachterbahn Giant Dipper getestet haben. Mit etwas flauem Magen gings dann weiter nach Monterey wo wir ein etwas kuscheliges Zimmer bezogen haben in dem wir gerade wiedereinmal den Abend mit einem Bier - wir ...

North bound on the 101, Monterey, United States travel blog

North bound on the 101

A travel blog entry by meshell

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People were beginning to go there separate ways homeward bound and so my parents and I followed Eoin and Ann up the coast 260miles to Monterey..it got cooler as we went further north and so we weren't so happy with the weather...all the same we took in ...

Discovering Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Discovering Monterey

A travel blog entry by davidandgarry

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... , we headed over to a long strip of lovely sand dodging where the homeless seemed to hang out during the day. The beach at Monterey is unlike other Californian beaches, but nonetheless it was nice to sit out and get some sun and watch all the people pass ...

Monterey and 17 Mile Drive, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey and 17 Mile Drive

A travel blog entry by davidandgarry

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... meanders along the coast and takes in some historcal points, where some of the first Spanish navigators landed trying to find Monterey bay itself, however these historical points have now become valuable pieces of real estate as along the road you pass ...

And so we begin, Monterey, United States travel blog

And so we begin

A travel blog entry by mayg

Leaving Monterey (MRY) for Los Angeles (LAX) where I will meet up with my traveling partner in crime, ...

and relax!, Monterey, United States travel blog

and relax!

A travel blog entry by richardandkaty

... today has been a relatively relaxed and easy day. We're starting to wake up later now, and get up slower. Today we headed into Monterey again, to walk through some of the town, and have a spot of breakfast. W stopped at a crepe shop, and Richard had a ...

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #14, Monterey, United States travel blog

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #14

A travel blog entry by fossilfuelfree

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Departure Countdown! #14 US military preoccupation with the Middle East and dinosaur goo goes back to the Carter Doctrine of 1980: "An attempt by any outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf Region will be regarded as an assault on the vital ...

Part of SF Trip, Monterey, United States travel blog

Part of SF Trip

A travel blog entry by jjmccarthy90

Part of the SF trip, we went through ...

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #7, Monterey, United States travel blog

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #7

A travel blog entry by fossilfuelfree

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Unbelievably, I'm leaving in one week to hit the fossil fuel free road. Counting down with biofuel/fuel factoids. #7: US restaurants use over 3 billion gallons of vegetable oil annually, much of which goes into landfills, pet food, or animal ...

Carmel, Carmel, United States travel blog

Carmel

A travel blog entry by lroff

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... to get myself back on Highway 1 after some more fiddling with the traffic jam and about an hour later I hit the outskirts of Monterey (Marina, Seaside).  Chock a block traffic.  Of course, I probably hit the rush hour.  I was going to take ...

the 1, Monterey, United States travel blog

the 1

A travel blog entry by lorma

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after staying a night in monterey we drove down the california 1. beautiful. ...

Highways and holidays, Carmel, United States travel blog

Highways and holidays

A travel blog entry by laura.hailes

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... and you need a permit to wear heels downtown! We stopped off at a family run deli to get a typical american sandwich- beef, Monterey jack cheese (we are in monterey!) pickles, salad and mustard/mayo. Chips (crisps) and tootsie rolls! It's for our picnic ...

California, Monterey, United States travel blog

California

A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics

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... go by about 12:30pm.  We end up driving to Santa Monica to see the Pacific and Pier first, so we didn't leave LA for Monterey until nearly 3pm.  This is about the time I realized there was an LSU game going on.  So we got updates from about ...

Onwards and Upwards, Monterey, United States travel blog

Onwards and Upwards

A travel blog entry by bourkeclan

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... , so we decided to find an RV park for the night.  Scott had told us about the Veteran's Memorial Park, a campground within Monterey.  It wasn't in the campground books we had and the GPS couldn't find it, so we didn't have an address.  So ...

San Francisco to Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

San Francisco to Monterey

A travel blog entry by knnabj

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... bridge which is huge, 7 miles long (11km) and a quick stop at a lego store before we hit the road to go down to Monterey. Monterey is a beautiful little town on the Pacific, and we went down to the waterfront for dinner and a look around tonight. We have ...

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