Comfort Inn Monterey by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived in San Francisco in the sunshine and have left it in the pouring rain! No upgrade in car for us this time. Instead we downgraded to the hard top version of the Ford Mustang instead of the convertible to give us more boot space.
First part of our coastal drive took us around 2 hours (120 miles).
This was the less picturesque part …
... the day. We stayed put for a good hour or so to make the most of it and the dolphins stuck around the entire time. I just wanted to get out there with them… but the cold water was in my way!
It got to lunch time so we drove up the main street and parked up to find somewhere cheap to eat, which was going to be a challenge! The town has a lot of European influence and its highlighted in the architecture. The buildings are so beautiful and it has a countryside ...
... that you did feel a bit rushed. The food though was amazing and it was huge portions which you expect in America.
We spent the afternoon chilling in the sun and then in the evening we walked through the towns one more time while the sun was coming down.
This place is definitely our favourite place so far, it is a very chilled out atmosphere, beautiful views, great places to eat and drink and the hotel was amazing - a massive thumps up from ...
... newspapers etc and then inherited when his mother died. He had been to Britain & Europe as a child and was inspired by the opulence and set about building his own castle. With his architect Julia Morgan they built and furnished the castle commencing in 1919 and completing in 1947.
From the visitors ...
... 8217;ve got to keep taking detours, there’s so bloody much to see. Of course you all
know about Smith Rock; it’s the Mecca of all rock climbers, having one of the three most difficult official climbing sites in the world; and it’s also several magnificent high rock outcrops
bounded to the south by a grassy edged wandering river to redeem their starkness.
A bit ...