Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa
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... 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 ...
... an excited kid seeing them dive and then to have them close enough to hear them "sing" was fantastic.
All to soon the skipper had to return to the wharf area, but we were escorted part of the way by playful dolphins darting around.
To end off this lovely day Paul and I had a delicious fish and chip lunch with free calamari.
Thank you Monterey peninsula.
... expanse around us. Making a different pit stop we pulled over to view the Henry Miller library and museum. The setting couldn't have been more perfect for a Beat Era writer who wrote extensively about the peaceful beauty of Big Sur. The museum is just an old wooden house where anyone is welcome to sit on the porch and have tea or coffee, wander the garden, play ping pong, or peruse the books, records, and art within. Oh, and outside in the driveway was an old van that had ...
... I've seen enough aquariums now!
Walked back to the hotel down Cannery Way - used to be all canneries, but has now become upmarket eating etc.
Fish & Chip dinner near the wharf - sea lions jostling for position, some even jumping onto small boats in the area.
... while the town was having a Farmer's Market so great fruit to be had. We stayed in the Monterey Hotel which is in the centre of town and been there since 1904. Lovely old place but no lift to the third floor- the porter earned his tip.
Had a wander round the town and onto Fisherman's Wharf. Lovely light and very busy. First swim in the Pacific for James, Ruth and Tom- too cold for me. This whole Pacific coast so far ...