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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... conventions, golfers, marine buffs, whale watchers, scientists, writers and the camping travelers. We stayed at the Monterey Bay Travelodge and toured Fisherman’s Wharf, drove the 17 mile scenic loop and stopped at the Pebble Beach golf resort for a look-see. Everything is expensive.
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... and can be 15feet long, so we didn't stroke them! The drive on the coast from Cambria to Monterey was the best yet, 120 miles of cliff hugging road and amazing views, truly awesome. In a comfy hotel Monterey Hyatt, nice room upgrade, here for 2 nights, then on to San Francisco Hope everyone well, and house ok. We managed to find a seal that ...
... sea. We were intending to stay in big sur but accommodation did not work out. Went for a couple of walks around the state park, looks like we need to do some training for next April....hehe. Watched the sun set in the beach last night and had a walk through the water. Cold but nice. Today we are going around Carmel by the sea. Lots of shops so we will see how long we ...
... world famous Pebble Beach Golf Course just round the headland (the latter is more my idea of fun, rather than 'our', I admit). Looking back at our time in San Francisco, our first impressions of the place - as a dark, wet, drug fuelled mental asylum - couldn't have been more wide of the mark. Sure, we had to veer round bin rummaging scamps on most streets, and we even came to recognise certain characters from multiple sightings across the city, but the ...