La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... new Menage et trois Midnight for $8.87 – maybe we’ll visit the vineyard tomorrow) and ate at the Black Bear Diner next door. We ordered the "smaller portion" meal, and left very full although left a bit, but it was still more than we’d usually eat: salad, huge corn muffin, 4 pieces of steak, a good helping of mashed potatoes and steamed veggies. Also, a bowl of gravy. Wow, no wonder some of the people here are so ...
... returned to the ocean. Human interaction is minimised and disguised with black gowns and large black masks so that the sea otters don't get attached to humans. It's an odd sight - a baby sea otter appearing to be groomed and fed by darth vader!
After the sea otter tour we sat and watched a film Project White Shark - debunking the myths on these much maligned creatures. It was narrated live by an aquarium zoologist and was really entertaining and educational. ...
... museum. We decided to take the street car; it would have been faster to walk! We learned on this trip that mass transit may be easy, but it’s not fast! At the Exploritorium, there were several hands-on experiments we saw that we liked; we took pictures of some of them. The only thing I didn’t like about the Exploritorium was we didn’t allow enough time to see it properly.
We finally left SF about 4:30, driving south along California ...
... br> Day Fossil Beds in central Oregon.
But wait; a quick mention should be made of two things: the resort town of Joseph, mentioned to us by Helene and the Sumpter Dredge. Unfortunately at Joseph all our hopes of ascending the cable car to the top of Mt Howard to take in the surrounding range of 9,000 ft mountains and the moraine lake below were dashed; cloud cover at about 6,000 ft and ...
... game changer! He ended up giving us some great recommendations for the rest of California. We have since booked a campsite in one of the places about five days ahead of time. This is the true beauty of the trip - a lack of planning leading to exciting new places we never could have visited had we booked segments of the trip further ahead.
At Julia Pfeiffer, we “hiked” the main trail that led to a cliff overlooking a cove. It was a ...