Cannery Row Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... picking and choosing only the exhibits that we we were fussed about. Watching the penguins and sea otters being fed was cute, and we enjoyed being big kids in the touch section. After an hour or so we headed back into town and onto the main pier, where we had a drink on the sunny terrace. Chris sampled 5 different clam chowder tasters from the various restaurants trying to entice us in, none were that good! Wanting to take full advantage of the beautiful flat whilst in Monterey, ...
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Saturday, May 2: This morning, Lilly had another softball game. The girls are really playing good and Josh is enjoying being the Manager. We all went to the Fairground for a "food truck" festival. This is where a lot of the food trucks from the city come out to the Fairground and you have your choice of a whole lot of different foods. Very good! Afterwards, Lilly came to the RV to stay over and ...
... to Monterey was just fantastic we had glorious sunshine and cool coastal breezes as we rode highway 1, we only did about 100 miles on highway one but it was twisty coastal mountain road all the way and other road users would often pull over at the earliest opportunity to let you pass. ...
... br> We made it back to our new caravan park and were relieved to have done so with no further incident. That evening we had dinner in the communal area and had a really good evening chatting with fellow travellers exchanging stories. We always enjoyed this aspect of travelling when you did come across like minded people who were not very showy and just enjoyed travelling for what it experiences it gave you and nothing more. One such couple we met this evening was Trevor and Jocelyn, ...
... campgrounds. It looked bleak. The next one was thirty miles south and was likely booked since all Cali state parks are booked by hopeful city people ago make reservations weeks in advance. Even if they don't show up (which happens often) and leave empty sites, we can't camp there. I noticed a hard-to-find city park high above Monterey allowed camping so we drove up the mountain and found plenty of openings . It seemed a pleasant place. So that's where we ...