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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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... outside. We were quite hungry after this so we went to Jack in the Box which is another fast food chain and we can confirm it's a good one! After this we headed to Monterey which is famous for it's Tuna. It is also well known for having the best aquarium in the world (according to a few different websites/guides). We didn't go inside as it was late by the time we arrived but we did have a walk right along ...
... there was a viewpoint overlooking Monterey but the fog hindered the view. At the halfway point was the town of Carmel so we veered off track to check out Carmel Valley Village, around 12-miles east, but there was not much to see or do there. The village looked so old and knackered with a few shops scattered around so we drove back to Carmel by the Sea, which is where all the action happens.
We drove straight down to Carmel State Beach and the sun was starting ...
... 99 people for his friends birthday, so we obliged :) Happy birthday Judy! Lol I decided I was too cold, so went to buy a jumper! And I love it! Also bought a hat each (SF baseball cap ) Enjoyed walking around slowly, but as we were headed back to the car we were stopped by the 'smile police' basically they fine you for not smiling lol actually he was just getting donations for the homeless lol but we got a sticker ...
... we had a hard time pulling ourselves away to make dinner and call it a day. Tuesday: We woke and drove to the Big Sur Bakery right off Highway 1 where we could get some coffee and wait for the sun to burn off the early morning cloud cover. After reading for a bit we headed back to Andrew Molera State Park where we had noticed a small beach on the map. The beach was a mile walk from the parking lot so we packed a backpack with supplies (towels, books, snacks, water), and made ...
... done very grudgingly- happy to move on.
The Big Sur starts below Monterey and ends at San Simeon. It was a dull dull day with mist and haze. Some really lovely bits but found ourselves thinking that Cornwall had more to offer - especially our Rame Peninsula (summer holidays every year for 9 years and lots of visits in between. We did think it was really lovely and the light was like St Ives- just had it built up to ...