BEST WESTERN PLUS Capitola By-the-Sea Inn & Suites
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... and dirt flying everywhere, but it was worth it for the view at the end. This carried on up for four different pitches, covering around 450ft in height. When they reached the top, celebratory high fives and pictures all around!! After clambering back down at the end, Lauren decided it was time to tackle the next Rock - commitment! Apparently after some umming and ahhing, they decided to tackle it - apparently with some big sections of crack climbing (look it ...
... We were pretty toasty after a few hours so drove around to Asilomar Beach again for half hour so Dan could go body surfing. He only caught the one then the cold got the better of him. It was a relaxed day all round and that evening we just chilled and made a really nice pasta meal. It makes such a different to have a kitchen and cook decent food.
Today we certainty left the best for last and drove the scenic 17-Mile Drive route through Pebble Beach and Pacific ...
... down on the harbor by where the Coast Guard boats are stationed. Did some blogging there and then decided to go the the Trailside Cafe. Had another nice meal there. They have changed their hours and are not open in the evening so had to move on. So move on we did and headed to La Strada for a nice coffee and some more journaling. Robert did see some otters before heading back up to the car.
... largely here in The Presidio - we'll have to get it and watch it someday. It would be interesting to see how things have changed - or stayed the same.
On top of The Presidio is the Sloat Monument. Dedicated in 1910, the monument commemorates the capture of Monterey from the Spanish on July 7th, 1846 by American forces under the command of Commodore John Drake Sloat. It dominates the landscape and ...
Arrived back safely at San Clemente after travelling along the coastal road from Monterey. Unfortunately the sea mist made it impossible to admire the beautiful coastline but improved considerably as we came further south. Calling at Ragged Point for lunch which is in the ...