Sanctuary Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fit for purpose. To keep up with the shark you had to swim and kick as hard as you could and you could only do this for a few minutes before falling back to be collected by the boat who by now had come around to collect us. That very first encounter was magical and to think we were doing this in the wild, with nothing artificial or set up (apart from some clever use of spotters planes). Once you were back on the boat to catch your breathe, everyone was reliving their own first ...
We still had things we wanted to see in San Francisco so we didn't actually leave town till this afternoon. We checked out of our hotel after breakfast; the hotel would let us keep our car parked there till the official checkout time, noon.
We walked past Fisherman’s Wharf (mostly restaurants and a couple of small shops) on our way to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park to see a 3-masted, 1886 square rigger, but the ship was off ...
... 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 - ...
... they’re Mario Andrete. Once we got off of that craziness and were able to breathe again, the coast was nothing but ours - BIG SUR HERE WE COME ! Along the way we saw a sign that said “Pebble Beach” - one of the things my dad recommended we check out. As we make a gradual right turn down a slight slope, we hit some toll booths - you jokin’? It costs money just to breathe the air down here and walk the sacred grounds of Pebble Beach?! As if we were going ...