La Quinta Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... crazy thing is that due to the distance the noise we heard happened a few seconds after the event. We arrived at Monterey at sunset and walked into town to sample some Italian food and then head to the crown and anchor. Sticking to my policy of American local beers only we enjoyed a quiet pint before heading back to the motel. The town seemed nice in the dark so we were hopeful of more adventures the next ...
... marine life at the touch tanks, by the kelp forest exhibit, and in the open sea exhibit, where we watched sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, bluefin and yellow fin tuna, dolphin fish, and sun fish swim circles in the dark, blue tank. We gazed in awe at the resident giant octopus, who gave us quite the show, cruising around the tank determined to evoke "oohs and ahhs" from the audience. To wrap up our aquarium experience, we stepped onto ...
... still undressing from its winter snow cover; although it’s
now mid summer. It’s this type of unpolluted tranquillity of glassed off water
where channels wind through marshes; home to the cutest families of ducks that give
America its very special quality. Our problem in writing is to know where to stop, for
this holiday has been the most relaxed as we drifted from ...
... workers, and became the setting for one of John Steinbeck's most colourful novels, Cannery Row. The nearby Spirit of Steinbeck Monterey Wax Museum recreates scenes from California's past, including scenes from Steinbeck's novels. I am now the proud possessor of a copy of 'Cannery Row' which I bought at the aquarium, the obvious place to buy books. The Aquarium came highly recommended, so it was out major excitement of the day. The entrance fee of $40 per person ...
... 100 of them lying on the beach only 20-yards away from us.
We carried on driving south and stayed the night in a lovely-looking town called San Luis Obispo – on our way from the hotel we stumbled over yet another brew-pub, so stopped off for an ‘aperitif’ before an epic rack-of-ribs dinner – many thanks to our new friends Gary and Laurie for the recommendation! We would highly recommend this stop for anyone doing Highway 1.