Comfort Inn Monterey by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where elephant seals sunned themselves on the beach - dozens of them side by side. The kids were thrilled by the sight and we took lots of photos. We motored on to Carmel, arriving late in the day. Having not felt hungry enough for lunch, we were by now starving, and went looking for an appropriate dinner venue in this charming, quaint little town. All of the shops were closing, and we did a bit of window ...
... great. And, they’re keeping the heritage alive with horse-drawn carriages, paving stone streets (mimicking cobble stone) and lots of trees.
The stroll along the harbor area boardwalk is quite active. Lots of boats coming and going; there were two tall ships clipping along (filled with sea cadets) and a brand new amphitheater overlooks the water.
Adjacent to the theater is the Carson Mansion which ...
... There were pictures on the walls of all the pictures she was in - she starred with all the greats!
We arrived in time to pick up Lilly at school at 3:00 and she was delighted to find out that the Morrissey's had brought their parrot, Louie, with them. After some playtime, it was off to softball practice, and then home to a delicious dinner that Wanda had made. The Morrissey's were staying with a ...
... up and then back to the putting green and the first tee for our time time. We were joined up with a really nice couple from San Francisco named Don and Sue. They were a pleasure to play with!
When I stepped on the first tee I must say the butterflies in the stomach kicked in. I felt like I was teeing off in a tournament. Cathy and I both hit good drives off the first tee and we were on our way. The first couple ...
... the wrong door. It turns out we're in the "visit an inmate" visitor's building. We exit and come around to the gate. The guard checks our ID, we sign in, and come through the gate into the prison. Understand, we are are inside the wire, but NOT in population. We did a few construction projects in occupied prisons in Raleigh and I had to go in to measure and check out jobs.....going out in population is VERY different from where we were ...