La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Our next stop off was Carmel-by-the-sea and Monterey. Once a bohemian artists colony, Carmel now has the feel of a well manicured country club. Ocean Avenue, the main drag in the village had such quaint architecture, a significant number of 'ladies that lunch' and older guys in their two seaters with the top down, was unsurprising. In contrast, Monterey was a working town that relied heavily on sardine canning in ...
... behind us - it was a lot better! The entire trip was mountainous with remarkably sharp drops to the sea. The scenery is spectacular and the weather was perfect. It took 15 days with stops in Morro Bay, Carmel, Monterey, San Jose, San Francisco, Fort Bragg, Eureka, Newport, Portland, Coeur D'Alene and Fernie. Then, we stopped at Calgary, Ponoka and Edmonton to drop off "stuff" for the grandkids.
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... hit great shots to the green, Cathy almost making a hole in one! One putt each later we walked off the green with a pair of birdies. This will definitely be something we will never forget about this day!
Pebble Beach is a true test of golf in every way. It demands you hit good tee shots and punishes you for not. The greens are very small so accuracy is a must as they are surrounded by bunkers and long rough. The ...
... went on and on. Funny morning.
We picked up Lilly at school and to comply with what her Mom calls "Lilly's World", we did what she wanted and brought her back to the RV to play with the paper dolls. Back to her house in Carmel for dinner, a little TV time and off to bed.
Tuesday, April 21: ...
... famous Route 95. I say famous, I suppose replace the word famous for bladdy long! So with 3 long driving days ahead of us we puckered up and said our good byes to this gemstone of a location and fu•€ed off as they say, though not before driving past Bruce Mountain and getting the obligatory photo next to the sign, tourists hey!! This first long day's driving we were almost in a tight spot having nowhere to spend the night and dusk was closing in after a long tiring day on the ...