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 …
... in, which was a little pricey for our budget, but well worth it.
There were so many different exhibits to see and the variety of marine life on show was out of this world and far from anything we have seen before. It was mainly temperate water based, which was great for us because we aren’t lovers of diving in the cold! Everything was so clean and well kept and they were very conservation focused. They had so many pieces of artwork scattered around made ...
... 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 ...
... Message to Dad, you would love it here and really enjoy the experience of travelling up on highway 1 is a remarkable journey, the pacific seems so huge and you can see whales and dolphins blowing off air from the highway as you journey North. It's a really pleasant drive up the highway 1, the sea to our left looks massive, vey calm and fishing boats dotted around all over the place. Heading up the coast road takes 3 hours to cover 143 ...
... that Mom called her before I move to CA, and told her to convince me to stay near her. Mom was worried
about me living by myself in Santa Barbara, so Tricky exaggerated the retirement community of SB, and didn’t mention that it was also a hip, university town, full of young people. Luckily, Los Angeles is full of everything, so I never felt cheated by Mom’s manipulation from afar.