Holiday Inn Express Monterey - Cannery Row
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this town totally resonated with me. "Can we move here?" I asked Paul. A quick look through the Monterey real estate magazines the next day, with properties averaging around the $3 mil mark, put an end to that pipe-dream! We settled into our hotel at the Portola Hotel and Spa (welcomed with home made choc chip cookies - mmmmmmm), and then went for a walk along the main street, which also happened to host a farmer's market, not dissimilar ...
... after vineyard on both sides of the road, with wine tasting cellars in them all.
Great journey up Highway 1 through the Big Sur area – spectacular views. Snapped a few shots of elephant seals and a few distant ones of Californian Sea Otters lying in the kelp fields. Early start tomorrow for whale watching – 7am at the wharf so no breakfast unless I can find somewhere open as I walk ...
... So, tried to find both of them. The first store was in the Professional Building on Franklin Street. It’s a beautiful building that still stands. In researching the Internet, it was noted, "it's the brick and concrete equivalent of Victorian gingerbread, excess piled upon excess. Of course, it's not Victorian, rather Art Deco, having begun sometime after 1926 and being completed by 1928. According to one source, the architect was ...
... and gang violence, another irrational view I have on a gigantic diverse city thanks to 90's news reports and films. A short two mile walk around our surrounding areas for food as the sun was beginning to set did wonders to help set aside my fears however. As it was just filled with dog walkers and well manicured frontages of what we discovered later where multimillion pound apartments. L.A turned out to be a bit of a gem and we were gutted we only got to ...