The Inn at Spanish Bay
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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. ...
... an hour out of the park we were travelling through forests, then we broke out into countryside of undulating hills with huge boulders and lovely green pastureland that was reminiscent of some I the Devon uplands. Later as we drove on the countryside opened up in vast barren areas of grazing land with not a tree or bush in sight. Slowly the scene changed to fields of fruit trees and poly ...
... 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 ...
... the dirt path and bumped into a guy who said we could camp a bit further down the path from where he himself had set up. At first the dude seemed friendly, but once again turned out to be an absolute mentalist (only he did actually claim to have some mental issues and had been to see a shrink based on stories of being sexually abused as a kid). We could neither prove or disprove this but it did seem odd how much he was willing to share even though he claimed to never talk about ...