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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Monterey
... to hurry him up, let him just enjoy it all. They were good and just wen talking with it.
Gav loved it and he and I walked some of the course to a couple of the holes he wanted to see. He got to see a few ex pros along the way. We got some souvenirs at the pro shop and he got photos of famous golfer lockers in the change rooms.
... at the harbour. There we a few shops and bars around but lucky for us a Greek festival was on so we got to look around some of the stalls and grab a drink there, we then headed down a trail along the sea front and came across the famous Cannery row. Again a very lovely place with a small beach too. We didn't really look around as we wanted to save that for tomorrow. It's just nice to know that we are right in the middle of everything and don't need to walk far to get to ...
... as ever, with D cooking a delicious meal on our first night after our long and tiring journey. The next day we awoke and had coffee with D before following her hand drawn map to the Julia Pfeiffer Burns national park, where after a short walk we came upon a clifftop view of a beautiful cove with a waterfall cascading into the turquoise ocean as sea birds flew overhead and dotted the rolling surf. Being sad to leave this idyllic spot we followed D 's ink to the ...
... so happy to leave. Nice ride down to Monterey. We visited a lighthouse and harley dealer on the way. My brother had served in the army at Ft Ord back in the late 80's and I came out several times as a teenage to visit him. Found out Ft Ord is no longer an active base here in the Monterey area and was kinda eery to see all the bunk houses with ...
... a detour taking us right through the centre of San Francisco's shopping district, we were en route to Monterey. The scenery once we were on Highway 1 was amazing, it was like the Military Road on an enormous scale. We stopped at a couple of viewpoints to take photos, but it was so cold and windy that we didn't hang around for too long! Before we knew it we were driving through Santa Cruz and were only a short distance ...