The Inn at Spanish Bay
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... close up was interesting. A Dugong has a tail like a small whale but with front legs of sorts instead of dorsal fins. Its head and mouth closer resemble that of a walrus. So truly an odd looking specimen indeed. It was an eerie moment on that beach, no one around, wind swirling around us with this weird outer worldly creature sitting in front of us dead! Yet another moment to remember from our travels.
We decided to treat ourselves and stay in a Big 4 Caravan Park and stayed on ...
... the 1000ft sheer drop to the sea thrilled me rather than made me s*&t my pants! I loved every terrifying moment. What a magnificent road. The only criticism I'd have is for the joker selling unleaded at $6 a gallon, nearly double the cheapest I'd paid last week in Arizona.
As the road got back to sea level for a while we pulled over for a treat - Elephant Seals on a beach. I'd ...
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. ...
... wares in stores or architecture along the way. Mike was waiting to take us to the next stop.
Pebble Beach is famous for its golf courses and gorgeous coastal views and in particular, a lone Cypress Pine clinging precariously to a rocky outcrop bound by sea.
Mike wound his way through the gorgeous town of Monterey – some of the houses are spectacular. One in particular was ...
... 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. ...