El Dorado Motel
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... Strahlen bringen!
Noch ein bisschen die Atmosphäre genossen, dann wurden es immer mehr und mehr Menschen, mir zu voll, und schließlich wollten wir heute auch noch ein Stückchen weiter – der scenic Teil des Highway 1 kommt ja erst noch!
Erster Stop war auf dem Monterey Peninsula in Pacific Grove am Lovers Point. Passend wurde dort zwischen fröhlichen Park- und Strandbesuchern auch eine Trauung abgehalten. ...
The views just keep getting better!
We stopped into Monterey - cute little seaside town, but nothing to keep us for very long, then set off to drive the 17 mile road. It snakes by some of the poshest houses I've seen in a long time, past some stunning bays, and right through a mega golf course and, as with everyhere else on the PCH, had plenty of photo ops!
In a slight error in judgement ...
... They pop out quite fast, occasionally they leap clear of the water when swimming and look there is one floating on its back enjoying a crunchy breakfast. Hang on, sea-lions don’t do that....
LK: Objective see a sea otter – we have our target. It’s a sea otter, it’s there just in front of us, larking about and teasing gulls who fancy stealing its breakfast. This is so thrilling (you think we’re overloading on wildlife now, wait til we get to Costa ...
... route de campagne tranquille ainsi soit il!
The sun is still here, so we tried to
have a quick shower at the hostel, made some arrangement with the
flight company, cleaned the van (just a little bit) tonight we are
leaving San Fransico. And finally we are on the road to cross the
golden gate something like 7miles from where we are. We runned
alongside the beach and arrived close to the big red iron animal.
... they offer a lunch special of Parmesan encrusted Halibut served over a mixture of organic veg ($24.00) To top things off, a unique serving of Key Lime pie with a delicate Kiwi sauce drizzled over.($8.00). For dinner, go a little more high end at The Chart House. With not a tshirt or flip-flop in sight the ambience is calm and dark. It is a typical surf’n turf restaurant; their prime rib is predictably good with a generous portion and ...