Travel Blogs from Monterey, United States

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Day 3 - Carmel on Sea on the beach, Carmel, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Carmel on Sea on the beach

A travel blog entry by rachlovely

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Hummingbirds at breakfast, pelicans at lunch. Plenty of interesting wildlife, looking to avoid the pit vipers in the sand dunes. On the beach. It's probably about 20 degrees, we are in shorts. Everyone else dressed in black fleeces. Had a mooch round ...

Pebble Beach (First Tee Tournament) with family, Pebble Beach, United States travel blog

Pebble Beach (First Tee Tournament) with family

A travel blog entry by afrowden

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On the day before I leave for Scotland we went to famous golf place here in the states Pebble beach. We watched the First tee tournament which was a Senior PGA event. Took some good pics at the 18th green before the palyers got ...

'17 mile Drive' day, Carmel, United States travel blog

'17 mile Drive' day

A travel blog entry by mcnamaras

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... lunch at 'Roys' at The Spanish Bay Inn, just one of the luxury golf courses in the area. From there we headed on to Monterey and to Macy's, yet again, before turning to drive back along the 17 mile coastal track towards Carmel. 5.30 pm saw all the same ...

Viewing sea life having fun, Monterey, United States travel blog

Viewing sea life having fun

A travel blog entry by evans2014

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... to go on the next adventure. Neither Paul nor I had been on a whale viewing boat, so we booked to go from Fisherman's wharf in Monterey Wednesday.  The boat was due to go 10am, and we were there in heaps of time, but we didn't know how the traffic ...

The Rockies, San Francisco and Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

The Rockies, San Francisco and Monterey

A travel blog entry by alfanatics

... stopped for lunch at beach, and a longer stop at Santa Cruz for a walk along the jetty, before arriving at our hotel in Monterey for a four night stay. Thursday 18th we drove in to the centre of Monterey and walked around the shops and saw some cars ...

Sunny Californ ia, Monterey, United States travel blog

Sunny Californ ia

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet

Onward then to the final US of A then safe and sound so far, although I picked up a tasty sore & swollen throat on my last day in Auckland which got into a bit of a fever on the flight. I was a bit weak on arrival in San Francisco so took it a bit ...

17 Kilometer...80 Bilder...50x das gleiche Motiv, Monterey, United States travel blog

17 Kilometer...80 Bilder...50x das gleiche Motiv

A travel blog entry by bnkontour

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... einen sog. 17 Mile Drive an der Küste entlang gibt, welcher auch 21 Aussichtspunkte mit 4 Golfplätzen im Angebot hatte. Die Aussichtspunkte waren sagenhaft! Übernachtet wird nun in Monterey...Bettina hat auch schon wieder fleißig geplant für Morgen! ...

A lovely day in downtown Carmel, Carmel, United States travel blog

A lovely day in downtown Carmel

A travel blog entry by jananddean

... . Apparently there are no street lights in Carmel at night, interesting! We had a lovely slow afternoon and Ish took us out to Monterey airport to collect our hire car. Then we all met up with Jeff for dinner, afterwards saying our farewell to the Kolschs ...

Montery, Monterey, United States travel blog

Montery

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

Big ...

Monterey!, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey!

A travel blog entry by sallylee

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Magnificent Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Magnificent Monterey

A travel blog entry by smithsbjb

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... nbsp; We pulled up to the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa, our car taken by valet. After quickly settling in we walked to the Monterey Aquarium down Cannery Row, just exquisite. The aquarium was fantastic, lots to see and a lot to do. Fell in love with the ...

Drive along the Big Sur to Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Drive along the Big Sur to Monterey

A travel blog entry by tomanderson

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... later that night when a plane roared over head!!!! Yes, we were a par 5 away from the end of the runway of Monterey airport !!!! Oh joy !! Luckily it was a small and not very busy airport. The race meeting explained the profusion of Porche's, ...

Beautiful Carmel, Carmel, United States travel blog

Beautiful Carmel

A travel blog entry by odiener

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... double espressos, etc. From Wikipedia: Carmel-by-the-Sea, often called simply Carmel, is a small city in Monterey County, California, United States, founded in 1902 and incorporated on October 31, 1916. Situated on the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel is known ...

Přípobřežní projížďka, Monterey, United States travel blog

Přípobřežní projížďka

A travel blog entry by kicune

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... ;eme jet dál.   Zastávka druhá a pro dnešek poslední je krásný kempík poblíž městečka Monterey. Z rozhovoru s místním správcem vyplyne, že město samotné je v docházkové vzdálenosti ("Je to míli a ...

Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey

A travel blog entry by mikebrookedavis

Not much to write about Monterey, because we got in late after lingering in Big Sur and left early for San Francisco. But we did wander into downtown for dinner at a great Indian restaurant and have a drink at a bar with its own microbrewery! It was ...

More San Francisco and Monterey Bay, Monterey, United States travel blog

More San Francisco and Monterey Bay

A travel blog entry by stephandshane

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... tiny steps!! But we did it!! And are thankful we did, the view was spectacular :) After that we made the shortish drive to Monterey Bay! The drive was pretty much the same scenery, mountains and lakes. Then it hits coast. And it's a beautiful coast. We ...

This is NOT Southern California, Monterey, United States travel blog

This is NOT Southern California

A travel blog entry by fifoota

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... yummy lunch which we enjoyed as a picnic on our blanket on the beach. Following lunch we walked along the shorefront to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.  I had already been click-happy with my camera here on this trip, but in the Aquarium I really went ...

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #6, Monterey, United States travel blog

15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel #6

A travel blog entry by fossilfuelfree

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Counting down to departure with 15 Freakishly Fabulous Factoids about Fuel: #6: Any diesel engine can be run on biodiesel fuel- no modification necessary... Just find a pump like this one at Alliance on Fremont St in Monterey! ...

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey Bay Aquarium

A travel blog entry by john.smaranda

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Ziua a fost dedicata vizitarii acvariului din Monterey. Acesta a fost amenajat in 1984 pe locul unei foste fabrici de conserve de sardine, fiind astazi unul dintre cele mai mari acvarii din lume si fiind vizitat de circa 1,8 milioane de turisti anual. ...

Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey

A travel blog entry by sandi38

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today we are in Monterey and the sun has finally come out. Got off and walked down the pier. Piccked up another shirt for the quilt and then came to the ship and had lunch with Alan and Jerry. Now we are in the cabin and are going to start a new ...

Point Lobos and The Monterey Aquarium, Pacific Grove, United States travel blog

Point Lobos and The Monterey Aquarium

A travel blog entry by jimbojackson

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Monterey - Fishy Business, Monterey, United States travel blog

Monterey - Fishy Business

A travel blog entry by claireandsteve

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... was amazing and as it happened was markedly better than the fish and chips after all.   The next day we visited Monterey Aquarium which was recommended in all the guide books and information sites that we could find. It was fairly expensive to get ...

Standing Stone and Muddy Pond, Monterey, United States travel blog

Standing Stone and Muddy Pond

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Monterey, Tennessee, population 2,559. Stop in the City Park to see Standing Stone Monument; now sitting atop a pedestal, this ancient stone monolith was once the focus of Cherokee cultural activities and today is the center of the annual Standing ...

Return to San Clemente and base, Monterey, United States travel blog

Return to San Clemente and base

A travel blog entry by brianprescott

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Up early and forego an early brekky for the promise of a blockbuster at Ragged Point. Due to "Kodak" stops on the coastal route back, especially at Big Sur, we just missed breakfast and settled for a cracking lunch after a picturesque wander through the ...

Day 9 Historic Monterey - Sardines & Architect, Monterey, United States travel blog

Day 9 Historic Monterey - Sardines & Architect

A travel blog entry by nicolawatts

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... do a history walk in monterey.   We followed the  'Path of History Walk' which went by many of monterey's historic buildings and some interesting architecture. What we didn't know was that Robert Louis Stevenson (Scottish author of Treasure ...

Sep 20, 2011, Carmel, United States travel blog

Sep 20, 2011

A travel blog entry by cmbirdy48

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Play Misty for Me & Make My Day!, Carmel, United States travel blog

Play Misty for Me & Make My Day!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller

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... I was glad to see that once we had reset the GPS, we were soon on flat ground again and quickly made our way south toward Monterey via the Pacific Coast Highway. Once we had sorted Tom Tom out, we could marvel at the wonderful scenery that was out ...

17 Mile, Monterey, United States travel blog

17 Mile

A travel blog entry by ricochet

Montery Fisherman Wharf, 17 Mile, Pebble ...

Big Sur to Monterey, Monterey, United States travel blog

Big Sur to Monterey

A travel blog entry by shaplandtracker

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After a morning walk in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park to warm up after a wet night, we set off towards Monterey (made famous in John Steinbeck's novels). After getting a motel room and hanging up the dripping tent, we took a night time driving ...

We stayed in Monterey all day today, Monterey, United States travel blog

We stayed in Monterey all day today

A travel blog entry by shaplandtracker

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We followed a self guided walking tour of historic Monterey in the morning looking at old Adobe buildings and getting a better understanding of the procession from native - spanish - mexican - american rule in California. After lunch we visited ...

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