La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lookout over the ocean so we bought a coffee and perched ourselves on a table outside to lap up the views.
We continued on to Fisherman’s Wharf, which was lined with seafood restaurants, all trying to entice people in with free samples of chowder. It looked like everyone was just taking advantage of the free food and moving onto the next one…. you could get a complete free lunch out of it! We were more interested in the sea life and there was so ...
... an excited kid seeing them dive and then to have them close enough to hear them "sing" was fantastic.
All to soon the skipper had to return to the wharf area, but we were escorted part of the way by playful dolphins darting around.
To end off this lovely day Paul and I had a delicious fish and chip lunch with free calamari.
Thank you Monterey peninsula.
... up with a sore throat and a bit of a temperature. I blame the flipping Arctic Pacific temperatures myself. I administered some ibuprofen and she felt better as the day wore on; Luckily she dozed for some of the scarier moments of Highway 1.
My fear of heights is a bit weird - it abates when I'm over water for some reason (I DON'T KNOW - ask my parents, I'm mostly their fault!). ...
... monster for miles up the valley. The valley
today looks like a detonated mine field. There were three dredges, one of which
they dismantled and shipped off to Peru
to do it all again.
Back to the Fossil Beds: the scenery here is unique. So many hills are peaked or cone shaped; their colours are: brown, red, green, purple, yellow, grey blue. I’m trying to go around the ...
... led to the same beach cove we had looked out to the day before. From there, we took the Bluff Trail and Spring Trail for a couple miles. We had a view of the ocean almost the entire time, but the trail itself was uneventful and very overgrown at times. Husb will probably disagree, but we have not really become any more outdoorsy in our nearly seven months on the road. I’m still a wuss about things touching my legs or arms while hiking, especially ...