El Dorado Motel
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... rush hour. After twenty minutes of Jack's "help", Jenn was ready to throw in the towel. I thought about it, but smelled rental car company blood in the water and shook off the desire to go back to the apartment and crawl back into bed.
An amazing cab driver took us to the shabby rental office in the part of town all people and guidebooks tell us to avoid. Apologies were given. Accepted, we moved on and in typical Turner style I also suggested ...
... photo with sunglasses as scale), all for $8.50 after MSP discount. Hehe...
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Breakfast turns out to be as great as made up to be. We go "the whole 9 yards" and have Eggs Benedict, scrambled eggs, fruits and loads of their own coffee blend:
An hour or so later we're set to get back on the road - going to be interesting to see how that nice sized car will fit on ...
... and family. Delicious Crab Louis salad, hamburgers, and pasta.
Tuesday, Dick and I enjoyed our walk from Lover’s Point to Cannery Row. The walkway stretches for 18 miles, obviously only some of which we have walked. Saw another Cannery Row Steinbeck sign for the Steinbeck Jewelers. And before Lily arrived, we tried to find freshly baked raisin bread at several local bakeries around either by calling or stopping by and ...
... the bigger operators. Saw plenty of whale action. Afterwards we went to see a few more historic buildings (and we experienced a Julie foot stompy moment as she had trouble sorting out the map directions :) ). We then drove around the outside edge of Monterey and headed to Carmel and visited the Mission Ranch - beautiful ...