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... was a certain familiar smell and sound that reminded me of SeaWorld (f*** SeaWorld)... upon looking closer, my dad realized that there were also seals and sea lions on the base of the rock! How exciting is that, live seals and sea lions! They smelled fishy and were rather noisy, but adorable and awesome. It was such a beautiful sight and I even took out my binoculars to view them more closely. What a treat that was. Within a short while ...
... the top of you, into a rock pool. You could see how the sea creatures interacted with the ebb and flow of the wave. We ended up leaving the gift shop with a very large orange octopus under Fed's arm, and a furry turtle under Amadeo's.
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... 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 ...
... corners, painstakingly slow, and requiring full concentration. Kel was in charge of navigation, she was doing a great job, although needs a little improving on her DJ skills. We took various stop along the way, a few photos when we could, impressive scenery, water one side, huge cliff on the other, and a road snaking between them. Julia Burns State Park was one stop, a small waterfall...huh, Niagara baby. It was time for lunch, with Nepenthe the destination, ...