Days Inn Monterey Downtown
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... giant pacific octopus and the weird and wonderful creatures in the rocky shore exhibit.
Next we joined a jellies tour - an insightful front of and behind the scenes look at jellies, their physiology, lives and how the Aquarium rears and displays them. We went behind the scenes to see how the jellies are reared and how they are sustained in the big jelly tanks. The tour even finished with a feel of some of the specimens being reared!
After a brief respite ...
... 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 ...
It's 17.30 and we Just arrived at the seaside Inn on Monterey after leaving Jo & the girls around lunch time. We plan on staying here overnight before driving on to San Francisco early in the morning to do a city tour & Alcatraz, can't wait 😃 It's really cold here, actually going to need a cardigan when we pop out for dinner later 🙉 Did need the cardy and also had to go buy Michael a long sleeved jacket as he hadn't brought one! ...
... where I parked the car. Disappointed we didn’t run into Clint Eastwood. Haha.
Time to drive back to San Francisco. We arrived back to the city around 8:30 p.m. A very full day! To top off the evening, we made a little stop @ Ben & Jerry’s…..again! (It’s next door to our hotel). Now remember I said it does get chilly here in the evenings, so we enjoyed our ice cream sitting next to the fireplace in the lobby! Haha.
... likely that one of the rangers would capture it and take the elastic band off…I hope so.
We got back in the van and drove on past many multi-million dollar homes - some were amazing – Mike said he thought that they were weekenders for many owners. On we motored to see the Lone Cypress Pine - quite remarkable that it has survived all this time !
Our next stop was ...