Travel Blogs from Monterey, United States

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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 ...

Meeting an old friend, Monterey, United States travel blog

Meeting an old friend

A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot

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As we left San Francisco, we said our farewells to the city as we crossed the famous orange 4,200 foot long bridge. The next scheduled stop was Los Angeles but not for a few days so we slowly trailed our way down Highway 1 making stops along the way. ...

Neděle 6.9.2009, Monterey, United States travel blog

Neděle 6.9.2009

A travel blog entry by r-e-m

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(Psáno v pondělí po cestě ze Santa Cruz do San Francisca. Zrovna před náma jede červenej Ford s korbou, na které sedí pes a surf – prostě Californie.:o) ) Ráno na parkovišti... Nevím, jak to děláme, ...

A Poem to My Step-Father on Father's Day, Monterey, United States travel blog

A Poem to My Step-Father on Father's Day

A travel blog entry by polydemic

ON STEP-FATHER’S DAY   Crumpled papers stacked fat and tall Logs and kindling set sound and neat The best fire-maker of all Giving our home color and heat. Ready at the wheel whenever needed Like a chauffeur ready to go And whenever the ...

Down In Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Down In Monterey

A travel blog entry by muggeragem

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Today was a ride day with the exception of a visit to a delightful Spanish style Mission called Santa Maria. The photo's are included. Shortly after that I went from riding on the Freeway 101 to the coastal route #1. The road started off very gently ...

Woke up to a beautiful sunny morning!, Monterey, United States travel blog

Woke up to a beautiful sunny morning!

A travel blog entry by sjhollingsworth

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Looks gorgeous out there his morning. Now for breakfast and let's hit the boardwalks! ...

Monterey and on to San Francisco, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey and on to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by suigeneris

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... towards Carmel (our next destination). On the way to Carmel we got stopped for photos of "the lone cypress" (The Monterey Cypresses are beautiful). The image of this cypress has been copyrighted in some way and cannot be reproduced for commercial ...

Highway 1, Carmel, United States travel blog

Highway 1

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713

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... where we find a $27 campsite.  After lounging around a while, we tour "17 mile drive", which takes you around the Monterey Peninsula and provides views of the exclusive golf courses there like famous Pebble Beach, Poppy Hills, et al. Finally we hop ...

Beetlebug Tour Days Two and Three!, Monterey, United States travel blog

Beetlebug Tour Days Two and Three!

A travel blog entry by janeski

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... did I know how much I would need! We resolved it in the end, at which point I just laughed at myself! Our next stop was Monterey, turns out we got there during the gap in the afternoon that the hostel is closed to new arrivals, once we were in tho, it ...

Day at the MotoGP Carmel and Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Day at the MotoGP Carmel and Monterey

A travel blog entry by barbaraprescott

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... after a well deserved rest and visited Carmel ...where Clint Eastwood was mayor for a while. A very pretty little place and dined in the Hogs Breath Restaurant...which was excellent. Finished off the evening with a stroll around The Cannery in ...

9/17/2013, Monterey to San  Simeon, United States travel blog

9/17/2013

A travel blog entry by rayhurl

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 Left Monterey at 8:05 for San Simeon and Hearst Castle. Drove CA1 along the sea coast. Ray was the passenger and I did the driving. We stopped and took pictures of the sea coast. Saw the elephant seals. They looked like dead animals on the beach. ...

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey Bay Aquarium

A travel blog entry by callanclan

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Today we went to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.  We saw seahorses, otters, octopus, jelly fish, penguis, sea lions, sharks, bat ray, turtles and heaps of different kind of ...

GSE TEAMS MEET AT 5220 DISTRICT CONFERENCE, Monterey, United States travel blog

GSE TEAMS MEET AT 5220 DISTRICT CONFERENCE

A travel blog entry by gse5220

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We met our GSE team counterpart at the District 5220 conference this weekend.  What a great group.  We will see them in ...

Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey

A travel blog entry by arcticwillow

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... galleries per capita in America. We stopped in a real estate office and saw houses with no ocean view (basically ranchers) going for 2.5 million. Monterey has one of the best kid parks I have seen. I'll let Kate describe it: The park is cool! I like ...

free night in Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

free night in Monterey

A travel blog entry by jomama

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All my travels for work has paid off - a beautiful suite overlooking the Monterey harbor - no ...

Wer kennt den Weg nach Monterey?, Monterey, United States travel blog

Wer kennt den Weg nach Monterey?

A travel blog entry by dd_on_tour

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... aufzunehmen...schonmal ein doofer Start in den Tag. Wie auch immer, Check-Out lief wie immer reibungslos. Also auf nach Monterey, übrigens im Regen. Nach einer etwa 2,5 stündigen Fahrt, nur unterbrochen durch einen Starbucks- und kurzen Strandbesuch, ...

Idaho to Oregon, Monterey, United States travel blog

Idaho to Oregon

A travel blog entry by brenross

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Hi Everyone’ Following Nea,s advice we are trying this idea if a blog on TravelPod but I think we may have created a monster with all the pics!!...cant help myself!!!  What do you think?      Yesterday was one of those days we ...

Kid in a Candy Store; Happy as a Clam, Monterey, United States travel blog

Kid in a Candy Store; Happy as a Clam

A travel blog entry by _ang

... full blow nerdy-geekiness; totally awesome. Really, this whole entry is pretty much summed up like this: I spent almost 7 hours at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, looking at every exhibit (yes, the kids section too) and absorbing as much as I could. I chatted ...

The Big Sur, Monterey, United States travel blog

The Big Sur

A travel blog entry by thelovelies

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... we opened the doors!! We had had a restaurant called Nepenthe recommended to us which was about 25 miles before we got to Monterey, we arrived there about 5pm so stopped to get some dinner. Randomly, James Franco was in there eating!!!!!!!!! For those of ...

Hearst Castle and beyond -  A Spectacular Day, Monterey, United States travel blog

Hearst Castle and beyond - A Spectacular Day

A travel blog entry by melinaoatley

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... ; The suburb back from the beach has no curb and guttering and amost seem to be scattered in gardens. Stayed at Monterey which still has a more working class character reflecting its fish cannery heritage. Walked down Cannery Lane, named after ...

Holy Coast!!, Monterey, United States travel blog

Holy Coast!!

A travel blog entry by hipdhop

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... was not as great as we expected. After hours of ooh and ahhh up the coast, it was kinda blah. There I said it. Monterey... What an aquarium! So very cool. Walked up Cannery Row through the upscale touristy shops, then had dinner at a spot that guy ...

Thar She Blows!, Monterey, United States travel blog

Thar She Blows!

A travel blog entry by angelslame

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... of the reasons we had chosen our hotel at this location was because we had wanted to experience California Route 1 from San Simeon to Monterey.  The first bit of road north of our hotel was easy and we stopped for a few minutes at the Elephant Seal ...

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