Monterey Fireside Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonterey Fireside Lodge
This hotel was hard to find because of some old signage. That being said, room was clean and comfortable and the location was good. Cheapest place to stay the night we were in town.
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... up to go skim boarding (sah American) they were
pretty legit though.I went to go get petrol and food but left without doing so which I will come back to in a moment.
The need for food and petrol was high, as I didn’t really want to stop again so I chose a random beachside town Morro bay that turned out to be a good choice. I had a Reuben sandwich from a restaurant on the water ...
... hills of the trail but we had a fab cycle all the same in the warming sun! Monterey looked stunning in the spring; all the colours of the coastline were beautiful. We saw seals, otters and many birds as we rode 3.5 miles from town to the sand dunes, and then back again to Cannery Row, which used to be home to all the sardine factories. At our rest stop we enjoyed coffees and ice teas sat outside on the terrace. Alison and David were feeling full of energy so they decided to ...
Monday, April 20: Lilly goes to school until 3:00 every day, so our mornings are pretty free to do what we like/need to do. Today, Carol was working on the blog and Fred was looking for a shoe horn. Carol thought it was in the "junk drawer" - that is where everything gets put if you don't know where else to put it. Fred stood there for a few minutes and I asked what he was doing. "I'm trying to decide if it's worth it to ...
... 40 years ago. Ha ha! We drove over to the Cannery Row area (famous for their sardines, Winnie) and then walked back along the bay for a half hour stopping a few times for photos, and then back. Good exercise finally, and no trouble getting enough air! A nice bay, with a big marina full of sailboats and power boats and a busy, working fisherman’s wharf area, with lots of tourist restaurants. Went to Safeway to stock up on ...
... waters. No large hotels or store chains helps preserve the small beach town feel that Santa Cruz has maintained. On the far end of the beach lies a pier staged amusement park filled with rides, fair food and games to win stuffed animals much like the one seen in the fabled 90's vampire flick "The Lost Boys.". A quintessential Californian beach town, Santa Cruz was a wonderful afternoon stop but we ...