La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... around with their ipads out taking the inevitable selfies.
Brit was caught by one to take her photo on her camera... but as she didn't have her glasses on and confesses to not knowing how to take photos on phones, she is not sure that she actually managed to get the woman's head actually on the photo.
Our plan was to do the aquarium. Having been there last year, I was keen to go again as there was so much to see and do. First of ...
... as the Big Sur. This is a route Gill has always wanted to do.
We pull off the highway into a small one road town called Cambria mainly for petrol but it has many lovely shops and cafes that we spend some time browsing.
It proves very worthwhile as Gill and Sheila both purchase Pandora charms, sadly lacking in Santa Barbara. We find the shop has the last few remaining Californian poppy charms which are now discontinued. These are a must. Also ...
... the farther north we drove, the thicker the foliage appeared…AND the trees got a lot bigger. Just south of Leggett, CA stands the world famous “Drive through Redwood” (Chandelier Tree) 315ft tall, 21ft diameter and 2400yrs old.
Fort Bragg, CA: We stayed at the Vista Manor Lodge. This is where the coastline gets very rugged - the shoreline is peppered with huge boulders and rock outcroppings. ...
... tee times available and we found out they had three openings. We decided to take the 8:40 tee time for Monday morning.
We were up early Monday to make the 50 minute drive from Santa Cruz to Pebble Beach on the Monterey Peninsula. We arrived to a calm overcast morning with our clubs over our shoulders and ready to take on the iconic Pebble Beach Golf Links. After checking in we took the shuttle to the driving range to ...
Spent the last few days wandering around Carmel by the sea and Monterey. Did a lot of walking and whale watching... Seriously you can see them from the shore. Saw more wildlife in the last few days than the last week. Good to be out of the desert ...