Monterey Bay Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Biked the 17 mile drive--gorgeous views of the ocean. Perfect weather for a bike ride.
Had lunch in Carmel and hung out on Carmel Beach for a while.
Very strenuous bike ride back to Monterey. Had to sing to myself to get over the last of one looooong ...
... in Monterey too.
Wildlife: On one pull-out, there is a colony of elephant seals, where everyone and their dog stopped to observe and photograph. We had a couple of really good showings by orcas too, later on. The first was a group of 3 or 4 who were circling a school of fish. Frequently the orcas were blowing a geyser (that’s how we spotted them), and swirling around the fish. The sea birds were flying all around ...
... to aquarium where girls do diving ( in full scuba gear) whilst we do a quick wine tasting ( Bargettos) and buy C******nay for later. Girls really enjoyed it ( not the wine) and we then spent last 30mins of opening time looking round jellyfish and tentacle part of aquarium. Trolley back and girls stay in whilst pet and I head to wharf to have cocktail and watch yachts come into harbour and also see ...
... tank with its giant plungers creating the current and waves necessary for the kelp to survive. The tank is enormous and supports a huge abundance of sea life. We watched as a diver went into the tank to feed the vast schools of fish. We went on to the open sea exhibits. We were then lucky to get in prime position for the feeding of the big fish. We saw leopard and broadnose sevengill sharks, sturgeon, chinook salmon and the massive giant sea bass. We then went on to see ...
We still had things we wanted to see in San Francisco so we didn't actually leave town till this afternoon. We checked out of our hotel after breakfast; the hotel would let us keep our car parked there till the official checkout time, noon.
We walked past Fisherman’s Wharf (mostly restaurants and a couple of small shops) on our way to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park to see a 3-masted, 1886 square rigger, but the ship was off ...