Monterey Bay Lodge
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Auto opgehaald op vliegveld. Veel geluk gehad want uiteindelijk kregen we toch een jeep maar vooral een met navigatie. Had ik niet besteld(dom) maar blijkt onmisbaar.
... in 1900 to protect the redwoods from logging and in 1902 became the first California State Park. The incredible prescience of the club founders has highlighted by a quote I'll paraphrase from the time of the founding:
"At some point in the not-distant future a continuous city will run from San Francisco to San Jose. How can we not preserve this land right at the foothills of that ...
... that Mom called her before I move to CA, and told her to convince me to stay near her. Mom was worried
about me living by myself in Santa Barbara, so Tricky exaggerated the retirement community of SB, and didn’t mention that it was also a hip, university town, full of young people. Luckily, Los Angeles is full of everything, so I never felt cheated by Mom’s manipulation from afar.
... exciting thing for a civil engineer like me. This included the Bixby Bridge, built in 1932. There was also a little island off the main island with a farm and lighthouse which reminded me of classic Reader's Digest collection book stories that I used to read and still do. What a lovely place it must be to stay. Throughout the drive, the mist was so thick that the sea seemed to connect with the sky. It was a truly mystical view and one could ...
... Cannery Row itself is nothing much - mainly ****** shops and restaurants that comes through as total tourist traps. Move aong folks - not much to see here.
Cannery Row Antiques Mall on the other hand is a gem. About a hundred or so antiques dealer sharing space in one of the old cannery buildings. Awesome place where you can spend loads of money on stuff you never know you needed.