Hilton Garden Inn Monterey
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Wildlife: On one pull-out, there is a colony of elephant seals, where everyone and their dog stopped to observe and photograph. We had a couple of really good showings by orcas too, later on. The first was a group of 3 or 4 who were circling a school of fish. Frequently the orcas were blowing a geyser (that’s how we spotted them), and swirling around the fish. The sea birds were flying all around ...
... tank with its giant plungers creating the current and waves necessary for the kelp to survive. The tank is enormous and supports a huge abundance of sea life. We watched as a diver went into the tank to feed the vast schools of fish. We went on to the open sea exhibits. We were then lucky to get in prime position for the feeding of the big fish. We saw leopard and broadnose sevengill sharks, sturgeon, chinook salmon and the massive giant sea bass. We then went on to see ...
... they were moving another display ship along the same pier and it wasn’t safe to have visitors walking along the pier. Rats!
So we decided to walk a couple blocks to a different cable car line than we’d ridden yesterday. It took them 45 minutes to send out the 4 cable cars that were already sitting there. I guess they only send them out one every 15 minutes. We rode the car up to the top of Russian Hill, then we got out at Lombard St., the ...
... along the cliffs, overlooking the multi-hued ocean below. It seems like there is another pullout around every turn where you have to pull the car over to enjoy the view. The views and hiking trails are not marked well, if at all. We visited Andrew Molera State Park and Julia Pfeiffer State Park in our attempts to hike, as well as the trails within Pfeiffer State Park where we were camping. I cringe as I type this and wonder if I should just keep my mouth ...
... the mark of a busy city, traffic. I dawdle along with everyone else until I reach my exit. I find my way to the hostel, check-in and then park my car at a nearby garage. The evening ends with me wandering downtown San Francisco, near Union Square, looking for a quite bite. I find myself at a busy Japanese restaurant, whereby I order a favourite, veggie udon noodle soup. It hits the spot and I head back to the hostel, eager for my first full day of exploring San ...