La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... went to the aquarium where I was able to see hammer-head sharks swimming around with the fishes, octopuses, lots and lots of jelly fish, penguins, puffins and many more. The campsite was just outside of Monterey towards San Francisco. We've been split into task groups and of course Amanda was asked to cook tea.... Luckily it was spaghetti and Susan (the other half of the task group) enjoys ...
We went to Pebble Beach for lunch and enjoyed our meal overlooking the 18th green. No, we didn’t golf this course - just in case you were wondering….green fees are $495, and that does include a cart! Haha! We ate at the Bench restaurant and then did some shopping in the pro shop.
Next on the agenda was to embark on the 17 mile drive. This scenic road is within the Pebble Beach area and has some great views along the ...
Saturday 3rd As we did not have time to see Cambria, we had a walk around the east village and drove through the west village. The east village is the pretty one with the west village being the one with the beach. Cambria was a real find, what with the wine and hoer's d'oeuvres which gave us the opportunity to chat with our fellow residents, the beautiful east village which looks as if it hasn't changed in a ...
... sweat doing the Pfeiffer Falls trail followed by the Valley view trail. Here we got to see a few of the big trees that we now love so much.
We debated doing the Carmel 17 mile drive but after a day of winding roads and lacking some much needed food, we just did a quick stroll around Carmel, showered up in our Monterey hotel and headed to our favorite spot for dinner in these parts. Hula's on Lighthouse ave did not disappoint, and as ...
... a detour taking us right through the centre of San Francisco's shopping district, we were en route to Monterey. The scenery once we were on Highway 1 was amazing, it was like the Military Road on an enormous scale. We stopped at a couple of viewpoints to take photos, but it was so cold and windy that we didn't hang around for too long! Before we knew it we were driving through Santa Cruz and were only a short distance ...