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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of hours to fill we decided to walk along Sunset Drive to Pt Pismo lighthouse ... Passing a bile rental shop on the way and finding out it would only be $8/hr we decided this was the best way to guarantee we got there ..The cycle took us past some incredible houses that all lead up to the 17mile drive...plus the beach at the end was stunning with massive waves crashing in and the odd suffer daring to tackle them. ...
... tonight. Was a little worried about our accommodation here, turns out its very good, big room, can even see the ocean from our room and walk a block to food, shops and ocean. Staying near Cannery Row, which i think was a John Steinbeck book or something like that? (lost without my internet) Very cute area. Boutiquey and touristy of course, but such a pretty spot all lit up at night. Good to hear these are getting through to y'all! ...
So we left Bakersfield nice and early and headed out on the road to Monterey where we will be staying for the next 2 nights. We had decided to cut across country on I-46 so that we could pick up the Pacific coast highway. We have heard so many good things about this road that we felt we had to give it a go.
It was a beautiful day and again the views on I-46 where amazing, with vineries and almond groves lining the road as we drove through the beautiful mountain backdrop. ...
... so happy to leave. Nice ride down to Monterey. We visited a lighthouse and harley dealer on the way. My brother had served in the army at Ft Ord back in the late 80's and I came out several times as a teenage to visit him. Found out Ft Ord is no longer an active base here in the Monterey area and was kinda eery to see all the bunk houses with ...
... kilometres away. Rossi took a longer walk over the north (double) crater which inside is more like a
carbuncle than a boil.
The land here is so porous the rain and snowmelt sinks to the slate layer a hundred feet below and the ground and then travels a couple of hundred kilometres where it cascades out of the sides of the Snake River Canyon which we saw a week later.