Knights Inn Carmel Hill
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... 1958 in honor of a book by John Steinbeck. Monterey itself is a pretty expensive area so we were not really expecting to buy anything much, apart from maybe a coffee.
Cannery Row is a mix of old style and modern buildings with a range of shops from your typical souvenir shop to designer jewellery boutiques. It was a really charming place to walk through, do some window-shopping and point at everything we want but can’t have! At the end of the street we found ...
... been warned that the trip to sight the whales might be 35 minutes, then all of a sudden right beside our boat a couple of Orca surfaced, and danced round the boat a while. Sadly they'd captured a sea otter, but this was the open sea.
As we were watching on the left side of the boat, were were alerted that hump backs were on the right side. Soon we had both on the left side and I was ...
After a chilly night (remember this is California in August for flips sake) we packed up and got on the road by 10am. The day promised better scenery as we were venturing up the best 100 mile stretch of Highway 1. And what a stretch - absolutely beautiful. Even though the flipping Californian fog hung over the coast most of the way the road was breath taking.
Erin wasn't feeling so good. ...
... in the water. Clouds had covered us by then, so the turquoise colors were not as noticeable but the view was still gorgeous.
Andrew Molera was very close to our campground, so we took another hike down to the beach which went past a campground and little to look at until we reached the beach. After a quick uphill climb, we found ourselves on a bench that overlooked another cove. Once again waves were rolling in, and this time we had a great view of ...
... the top of you, into a rock pool. You could see how the sea creatures interacted with the ebb and flow of the wave. We ended up leaving the gift shop with a very large orange octopus under Fed's arm, and a furry turtle under Amadeo's.
We were heading off to see Pebble beach, to grab a pebble! when Carlo helped a lady with her car door as we left Monterey, he had a long chat with her. She was a doctor in San Fran, but had a place in Pebble Beach itself. she gave ...