Comfort Inn Monterey by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... and was only too happy to chauffeur everyone around for the next week. The general plan was to drive south from San Francisco along the Pacific Coast, before heading back north into Sonoma & the Napa Valley wine growing regions. From here we would then head back and spend a few days in SF. As Dave nonchalantly pulled out onto the freeway, he didn't feel the pressure that had been a weight on his shoulders for the ...
... we are used to on the Great Ocean Road. We drove through agricultural land mainly, the environment dotted with wineries and vineyards and lots of lovely small towns. We passed regions such as Salinas and then approached Monterey. Sometimes, it's the places that you come across on the way to somewhere else, that surprise you the most. I did not have any pre conceived ideas about Monterey aside from the fact that it's 'John Steinbeck' country, so ...
... the world. Once inside the aquarium, we decided to first visit the sea otters. We watched as they playfully shimmied in and out of the water, tugged on toys, chewed on ice chips, and rubbed their bellies. Then we filed into the theater to see a special program on the creatures of the deep underwater canyon just off the coast of Monterey. After learning about things like the Angler Fish and the amazing Vampire Squid, we jetted to ...
... br> location to another. In our story, reluctantly some things will have to be ignored.
On Natalie’s suggestion we wisely took a detour to see the Craters of the Moon National Monument.We took several delightful short walks through the lava fields which are the
remains of volcanic activity that was all part of the world’s largest volcanic
basin, centred on Yellowstone NP ...