Comfort Inn Monterey by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the 17 mile road for free on a boat! Whilst on the ship we got talking to Tyler the ship hand who laughed at our disappointment (probably thinking we were un grateful) but also offered us a free trip in the morning... We couldn't not take him up on this so we decided to stay in Monterey for the night. Originally once off the boat we were going to drive the 17 mile drive whilst watching the sunset but when we arrived ...
... coastline interspersed with houses costing millions of dollars. Then came the biggest thrill of all-a whale watch. The boat captain said it could happen that we would see nothing but he had. , high hopes of seeing whales as some had been spotted out in the bay.
To prove him right we were treated to a show like no other. The whales were breeching all around us.
It was an event that I wouldn't have missed for the ...
... half desert like, half forest - on your right.
A few times along the road we found vista points to stop in and take some photos of the scenery and spend some time appreciating the surroundings.
Our hotel here is so beautiful, it has it's our own living space, kitchen area and balcony so can not complain and we are right in the heart of Monterey.
After a short walk we realised how close we were to everything, in about a minutes walk and ...
... peeling and roads with weeds growing. When I think back to how it was taken care of and spotless and to now see it in this shape is very sad indeed. So onward we go, tomorrow we plan on doing the loop of Cannery Row in Monterey, Carmel and Pebble Beach and then south to Santa Barbara. Will send more tomorrow. P.S. 4,200+ miles so far and ...
... Lots of specialist shops, but we didn't have enough time there to look in them much. Further south to Carmel, and on to the Big Sur coastline - all very attractive, but there is a lot of kelp in the water, which I don't think would make it very attractive for swimming in really. The scenery is lovely, though. Back to Carmel, and Jason the Tour Guide, gave us a walking tour around, ...