Monterey Bay Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... seems to be to reproduce, after which they are finished.
I seem to remember sickness during pregnancy was pretty bad, but it doesn't really compare to this.
The third film we watched was all about the life of sea otters. Again, this was really interesting. They showed how their methods of hand rearing lost pups has changed over the years and how they tag and follow them for their research. To follow this up, we went straight to the sea otter ...
... list` now. As we dropped down into Big Sur National Park the landscape became much greener with lots of trees. Thinking the scenic bits were over the road climbed back up again along the coast where we stopped at a viewpoint called Rocky Point which gave great views of the coast and beaches below. We decided a beer was needed as we sat in the restaurant gardens admiring the view.
From here it was a short drive to Monterey through the outskirts of Carmel. ...
Day 82 - Exploring Monterey We enjoyed a relaxed lie in after a busy few days of early starts. Once up, we spent quite some time hanging out in the kitchen, cooking eggs, testing out different poaching techniques. Delicious on sourdough bread! After a leisurely breakfast, we all donned our sports gear and headed out on bikes to the recreation trail which runs alongside the coast. The bikes, which were for free use as part of the flat, were chopper style with legs in front - not ideal for ...
... great. And, they’re keeping the heritage alive with horse-drawn carriages, paving stone streets (mimicking cobble stone) and lots of trees.
The stroll along the harbor area boardwalk is quite active. Lots of boats coming and going; there were two tall ships clipping along (filled with sea cadets) and a brand new amphitheater overlooks the water.
Adjacent to the theater is the Carson Mansion which ...
... ranked public golf course was above and beyond any expectations we could have imagined! Golf gave us one of the best walks of our lives!
We finished the day with a great lunch in the Tap Room, made a little visit to the Golf Shop and completed the day with a tour around 17 Mile Drive and the town of Carmel.
Twelve hours later we had completed one of the most memorable days of our lives!
Cathy & Dave