Courtyard by Marriott Salinas Monterey
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Morro Bay this morning and traveled north. There is one snapshot of our host and one of his golden retrievers. We saw so many beautiful scenes on the Pacific Highway. The first stop was Hearst Castle. That was an incredible experience. We saw bunches of Sea Lions at one stop, they were either lethargic or fighting for mates. We saw a …
... car ride. The line was very long and we looked at it and said "We'll wait till tomorrow" so we hopped in a taxi and rode up and down the steep hills to Canterbury Resort. Doug had done enough walking for the day, so he relaxed watching the Ryder Cup and I set off to see Grace Cathedral and a couple of posh hotels on the top of Nob Hill. These were the steepest hills I had seen and it was a workout to make it to the top. Once there though, it was worth the climb and ...
... food/restaurants, for those of you who like that sort of thing (food porn)
Jefferson City, Missouri is a nice Midwestern city that happens to be the state capital. As such, most of the restaurants are either (a) near the capitol building with a focus on lunch, or ...
... at the RV and then a few beers by the campfire. Great day.
Wednesday the Lees headed out and I did some more organizing. Watched Lone Survivor and Murph the Protector about the Seals getting caught on a ridge in Afghanistan. Real story which was pretty good.
Thursday, I took the bike off road up a pretty good mountain. Came ...
Today started with a decadent (read: not healthy) breakfast at I-HOP. Don't judge. There was so much artificial coloring in those poor "strawberries" that it’s a wonder I’m not glowing red right now. But I digress….
I decided to conquer Monterey today. I parked near Cannery Row then veered towards the Coast Guard pier. I was actually looking for starfish (many years ago when I was here they were plentiful on ...