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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Hotel Monterey
Nice older motel, pink decor (very nice), nice size rooms, LCD TV. NO air conditioning! No coffee or cream in lobby area.
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... trips - mainly because for once the maximum insurance had been taken out. Sara sat in the passengers seat in order to work the Sat Nav while the golden generation relaxed in the back. Things did not start well as we sat in heavy traffic for an hour. Jean predicted it was due to a landslide which everyone laughed at, but in fairness no one could quite believe it when the cause of the jam later transpired to be high demand ...
... no real expectations. Wow - did Monterey blow me away!! I instantly fell in love with this town. It is situated on a peninsula on the Californian coastline, its harbour offset by two piers with restaurants, shops and cafes. The view towards the Pacific Ocean is something else and seals come right up to the pier and coast area. The architecture is absolutely stunning - treelined streets, quaint lane-ways, funky cafes and a bit of a ...
... s special exhibit section to see the new collection of cephalopods. We were able to look up close at a variety of squid, octopuses, and cuttlefish. We also saw the only cephalopod with a hard exterior shell, the nautilus. Next door to this exhibit was the jellyfish exhibit. Here we watched these brainless, boneless creatures float gracefully through the water of their tanks. We continued through the aquarium ...
... empowerment engulfs me.
Mooch never responded to my letter. Four years later, she stopped by one last time for a short and sweet visit, when she was driving through L.A. with a female friend.
Many years later, I visited Santa Barbara to see their infamous Summer Solstice parade. Later, I confronted Tricky about telling me it was a retirement community. ...
... highway and found some matches so we could cook our breakfast, next to the sea while we waited for the fog to lift. We made our way to Monterey slowly, stopping at the famous McWay waterfall at Big Sur, then going to Pfeiffer beach which has purple sand, as well as normal coloured sand, and having a photo opportunity at bixby bridge before spending some time exploring point Lobos, a nature reserve with marine mammals and birds and more tide pooling.