Santa Cruz / Monterey Bay Koa
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... on these roads compared to the already quiet roads of the east coast. The further north we travelled this remoteness increased and it was the first place on our travels we were truly felt away from it all and left to our own devices. That is what we wanted to get out of the west coast, and boy did we get it in spades.
So after enjoying the sunset at Pinnacles we drove on a bit further north to a very small town called Cervantes which is named after a Spanish boat that ...
... a group called the Four Amigos and competed in as many of the Trivia Games that we could. We didn't do badly as we were in the top 5 of all of the games. But like Bingo we had a better time playing than winning. We did learn what a lot of the flags of foreign nations looked like.
After the evening meal we had our obligatory Parade of the Waiters with its Baked Alaska. This was our last dinner and we bid farewell to our dining crew. They had ...
... basking underneath the wharf and there they could be found, packed together like sardines. Similarly, the big fancy boats looked to be tightly squeezed inside the marina. We cycled through Monterey town into plush Pacific Grove and had our falafel wraps by the golf course looking out on the rocks and waves. Despite the rocks, a lone surfer somehow navigated his way from wave to beach. If it wasn't for the wraps, we would have stood up and applauded him in, or maybe not... As we ...
... start, so I headed to a neighborhood coffee shop for breakfast, thinking I'd have better wireless...it was not meant to be, for whatever reason I couldn't get signed on, so headed back to the apt...the coffee was *okay*, but wonderful breakfast of an egg white on top of a grilled avocado (mmm!) on sourdough. Delicious.
I think Brady underestimated how long it was going to take to get down CA Highway 1, but we had a great ...
... Big Sur we come to some open road again which turns in away from the coast, and we see blue sky, and Monterey in the distance! Driving into Monterey we start looking for a place to park - our plan is to go into the Aquarium today for the afternoon. We park along Cannnery Row, and notice we only have a two hour parking limit, and the Aquarium is open for another 2.5 hours for the day! Hmmmm...
At the entrance we ask how long ...