Sanctuary Beach Resort
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... sun fish.
The tentacle exhibition was great with nautilus, squid and octopus. The deep sea cock eyed red squid was amazing to see.
The jellies exhibition was surreal with the lit up tanks in the dark rooms.
Took a short walk along Lovers Point. A pleasant beach outlook. We saw a few Sea Otters diving close to the shore.
Stayed the night at Marina - on the sand dunes.
... sea lion playing in the waves.
One of the fun things we found in Monterey was a great park designed by the creator of Dennis the Menance. It had a suspension bridge, tons of fun slides & a climbing wall. We worked off our seafood dinner on Steven's birthday playing @ the park.
Our latest installment of interesting things which only happen on the road - ...
... 8230; I have no idea why but we saw these wooden "structures on at least two different beaches.
Our first stop for 15 minutes was Pigeon Point Light Station - an old an now disused lighthouse with a small attached house. The lighthouse is fenced off however there were some sympathetically built adjoining “houses" which is now used as a hostel. All were surrounded by very pretty gardens which added a touch of "summer" to a ...
... Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Billiard Room and Movie Theatre.
Each room was spectacular. He had purchased carved panels from Italy for the ceilings and tapestries for the walls. He had a lot of Catholic Church items even though he professed to being Christian only. The rooms were filled with sculptures, paintings and very expensive artifacts. He spent $9 million on the project. So much so, that he had to sell some art works during the depression as ...
... she attempted a ninety-degree turn to port behind us. She had a very difficult time negotiating the turn. It took several tries and as she struggled around and into the fairway we saw the problem. She was still dragging the crab pot line. Her turn around us swept the line under our boats. Bob, Dee Dee and Rick immediately saw the potential for our keels and rudders to get tangled as well. As we watched helplessly the line passed ...