Monterey Bay Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonterey Bay Inn
Literally only inches from the water, although the coast and beaches in this area are rocky and nowhere near as good as home.
Watched a sea Otter at play today from our balcony.
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... was nearly dark when we arrived in Monterey.
Fisherman's wharf is the main tourist hub for Monterey so we decided to take a walk. It is still a working wharf so we checked out the fishing boats. We saw lots of pelicans and shome harbour seals asleep on a floating pontoon next to the boats. We had to eat in one of the resturants (Fina Cafe) there to sample the local cusine including whole Dungeness Crab, crab raviolli and shrimp canneloni.
... too. We watched the sunset on a beach in Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Playing on the beach with my family was fabulous. And then, we managed to navigate our drive back home to our apartment in downtown SF. Without getting a divorce. Yee haw.
PAUL'S Entry So, never short on words, I thought I would dip into the blog pool and share some thoughts on our trip so far, from my perspective. Every day so far has been amazing!!!...which is ...
... and, as if on cue, we were treated to the awesome site of a breaching humpback whale. It's hard to fathom how they get their massive bodies right out of the water. Not bad for our first sighting.
We followed the ridge around as it heads inland close to shore at Moss Landing which is about 15 miles north of Monterey by road. We saw several whales on the way runs and spotted numerous water spouts on the horizon. At Moss Landing ...
... invites herself along to many places I go, and I don’t know how to say “no.”
At dinner one night, I announce, “After my 1974 graduation next month, I’m going to continue working in the MSU Neurology Department for the summer to make enough money to move to CA in November. I always wanted to move to a place that is warm and sunny year round, and full of ...
... much better. It was a bummer to lose an entire afternoon in bed, but the sun was shining and there was a wonderful breeze allowing for an excellent nap. Also, Husb got to stop at some more lookouts and even saw a guy playing the guitar with a rabbit on his head and one in his lap. So it wasn’t all that bad.
The next day, we went back to Andrew Molera for more as there were many trails we had to choose from. We went with the Creamery Meadow ...