InterContinental The Clement Monterey
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Schweren Herzens haben wir heute morgen San Francisco verlassen - wir
kommen wieder - irgendwann - das ist sicher. Da das Wetter einfach super
genial ist, die Nebelbank ist weit auf dem Meer draussen, sind wir
direkt der Küste entlang gefahren, auf dem berühmten Highway 1. Was für
eine tolle Strecke. Der stetig wehende Wind hat …
... and was only too happy to chauffeur everyone around for the next week. The general plan was to drive south from San Francisco along the Pacific Coast, before heading back north into Sonoma & the Napa Valley wine growing regions. From here we would then head back and spend a few days in SF. As Dave nonchalantly pulled out onto the freeway, he didn't feel the pressure that had been a weight on his shoulders for the ...
... trying to get rest was when a mischievous one decided to crawl on top of others or flick sand at them. Caused a lot of grunting and grumpiness which I can understand. Just before reaching Monterey we embarked on the also famous 17 mile drive around pebble beach. Pebble beach is famous for hosting the US Open golf every ten years or so. It also has some of the grandest houses with ocean views ...
... While I returned the bikes, she arranged a couples massage (!!) for the two of us. We got back, feeling quite relaxed, in time for the Inn's Wine and Cheese and Margot's now trying to pick a restaurant from what sounds like a lot of good options.
Tomorrow's our last day, planning to visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium, then head down to Carmel for lunch, Big Sur after the fog goes out then back to San Jose for our red-eye home.
... River; crossed by
three beautiful bridges. Vertigo and sea sickness go hand in hand with Rossi.
That night we camped above the Crooked River. And the next day
we kayaked the enormous reservoir, competing with a million power boats and
their kayak wobbling waves.
We took off south again but had to take a detour to see Smith Rock. That’s the trouble with ...