The Inn at Spanish Bay
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... where we were staying that night. Arriving in Pismo - at another Motel 6 - we were slightly out of town. Maybe a 15 minute walk but we got a taxi to the seafront which again had a lovely beach and pier, and which was much smaller than Santa Barbara and felt a lot more 'local'. We had food at Brad's - fish tacos for me and fish and chips for Mum (the seafood out here is so fresh and tasty), and then a few glasses of wine at Harry's Cocktail Bar. Note, Harry's cocktail bar ...
We leave Yosemite and hope we finally get to go down the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway). It's a couple of hours before we find Monterey then we see a sign for the 17 Mile Road that runs through Pebble Beach.
We get to the gate and see a $10 fee to drive through the beach, boo to that. At least we get a map of the places to see.
The first couple of stops are non events and we are wondering if we've been ripped off. Then we get to the beach section. ...
... wait til the market's right there, dude", "I just wish he would understand that I have needs too" and "Cool, so when you gonna see him again?" from businessmen, gossiping mothers and teenage girls respectively). What we ate: a perfect breakfast of porridge and eggs free in the hostel each day, bought sandwich lunches and a mix of restaurant and hostel cooked dinners. Weather: cloudy but dry the first 3 days, sunny and warm the last 2. 17 to 22 Celsius. Emma ...
... this time, we got lucky.
We shirted the sand dunes of marina and seaside and zipped through Monterrey to Pebble Beach. Firstly, I would like to clarify, there are no pebbles on the beach in PB. Rocks; yes, sand; yes, kelp; most of the time. Pebbles, no. Maybe golf balls count as pebbles over time.
Bobby's brother Gary and wife Terri live just down the street from the 13th hole of Spy Glass golf course. ...
Todays entry will be short. We left Napa headed for Pebble Beach and after a short 3 hour drive on the dreaded interstate we arrived at what has to be one of the prettiest places on earth.
Once we were set up at Marina Dunes RV Park which is a stones throw from the beach we went for a tour along "17 Mile Drive" and hung out at the Pebble Beach golf course. We were pleasantly surprised at the fact that they allowed us to drive right to the course and even ...