Monterey Fireside Lodge
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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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... those less squeamish than us do so.
Standing out on the observation deck later and using the binoculars provided, we saw a large school of dolphins leaping out of the water as they scooted past.
What a sight!
We also saw sea lions basking on the 'boo-ees'; harbour seals balancing on rocks or their little heads suddenly bobbing up out of the water; and a vast array of sea birds as well as clusters of sea otters wrapped up in kelp so they ...
What happened to the sunny California? Is it me or it's freaking cold here? Nice drive along the coast yesterday.. stopped at different view points. I had never seen such breathtaking views coasts before. You feel completely taken by such beauty, surrounded by those bright and shiny colours. The surrounding silence is amazing. It almost feels surreal. You just feel like admiring nature in silence as you do not want to disturb. Even ...
... their ride, whilst we headed back up to the flat for lunch. It was fun playing house in such a lovely flat - it made us realise how much we had missed being in a home, although that's something we hadn't actually taken note of in South America. We had a quick lunch at home before walking back to Cannery Row, to the aquarium. 2 members cards - another bonus freebie that came with the flat, saving us $30 each. Hurrah! The aquarium was big with lots to see, but we enjoyed our 'best of' ...
... Come to think of it, this limo didn’t even have a retractable skylight. No skylight at all. What the…? Anyways, our lady driver took the long scenic route and described her city’s history as she drove us to a seafood restaurant. An hour later she picked us up. Cool!
On the way to Newport, OR: The Elk River fish hatchery raises about 75 million Chinook salmon and steelhead trout. We were surprised ...
... of wise beings looking down at me. I deeply loved these trees. The weather was amazing (although windy) and the beaches and coves along this reserve were so beautiful.
It felt like a magical place again! There were some people there but it wasn't too crowded. I hiked until I was so tired my feet hurt.
Then I drove back down to the Big Sur area and went to a beach called Pfeiffer Beach. It was a ways down the road again but ...