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... seeing the 25% off all wine offer he couldn't resist ordering a bottle of the local Sauvignon Blanc to go with the meal. As the waiter poured Nic's glass it dawned on Jon that he was infact driving and couldn't touch a single drop!!!!
Luckily we could bring the bottle away with us and Nic was kind enough not to polish the whole bottle off (which made a change!)
Free breakfast in the morning and then it's off to Santa ...
We start down the California Coast today reaching the scenic town of Monterey. We encounter some really scenic bits of coast, some cliffs, some beaches. We drive through the pretty city of Santa Cruz, the beach side suburbs almost remind us a bit of the northern beaches of Perth. Apart from the theme park complete with roller coaster of course!! Tonight we are using another Hotels.com free night, so of course we pick a nice place, & the ...
... Francisco every year on this date to celebrate. Who knew?
Looking down at the Bay we could see a big cruise ship that was in port for the day. It was a Celebrity Line and apparently they come in, spend the day and then are off to another port. Fred and Rock were very happy to be viewing the ship from the hill and not being on it as engine and deck officers!
From there we went ...
... Beach. Inside this community, non-residents like us have to pay $15 to use the road. Like the community, the majority of 17-Mile Drive is owned and operated by the Pebble Beach Corporation. The 17-Mile Drive is a 17-mile (27 km)-long scenic loop having four primary entrances - the main highway entrance at California State Route 1, and entrances in Carmel and Pacific Grove.
The RV hand over was not too bad and Chris was VERY relieved to ...
... point. We followed the trail that was a steep walk up through the mountain and followed the fast moving river that ran along side. Simply beautiful. We got to the bottom of a stretch of path that split off in different directions. The top of the Nevada Falls was a further 3.4 miles and steep. Vernal falls however, was only 0.8 miles hike. We had already walked a good mile just to get here. Time was important as we still had to drive to Monterey later ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking