Monterey Bay Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We awoke to open the curtains to a heavy cloud and light rain overlooking the 17th fairway so all the golfers looked wet and despondent just like at home. It is amazing how standing naked at you bedroom window can put people off their swing! We then found our wet weather gear and set off for Carmel in search of their old mayor. We searched high and low but all we found was a ...
... sets us up for an inevitable ****** day. The funny thing is...I thought that today would be that first ****** day. The day started waiting for Enterprise Rent-a-Car, whose slogan is, "Pick Enterprise. We'll Pick You Up!"
And so I called them. Their driver called in sick and our phone number doesn't work and the long and short of it was, "take a cab and we'll pay you back". Not bad, but try snagging a cab in San Francisco's Chinatown ...
... sea Whales close into the shore line making it a perfect spot for Kayak Whale spotting, if you're feeling brave enough. We stopped off as a pod of whales dived for food and surfaced. The kayakers got a shock as one whale surfaced right under them - they managed to stay upright, just. We spent a while circling, enjoying the sight of these unfathomably big creatures.
We headed further out into the ocean in search of more Hump ...
... Last month, I watched a special on TV about the seven most beautiful places in the world, and Santa Barbara is ranked the 5th most beautiful place to live, and it is the only U.S. city on the list. That’s where I’m going to settle.”
“Oh Liz, may I ride with you?” Mooch begs. “My boyfriend lives in northern California, in Monterey, and I ...
... led to the same beach cove we had looked out to the day before. From there, we took the Bluff Trail and Spring Trail for a couple miles. We had a view of the ocean almost the entire time, but the trail itself was uneventful and very overgrown at times. Husb will probably disagree, but we have not really become any more outdoorsy in our nearly seven months on the road. I’m still a wuss about things touching my legs or arms while hiking, especially ...