Portola Hotel & Spa at Monterey Bay
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Race time was bright and early at 7am. While it was chilly, I was glad that we ran and beat the heat.
The race itself was beautiful. We ran along the coastline for much of it. I only wish I hadn't been in so much pain so I could have enjoyed the views a little more. I was the happiest when it was over-- I didn't get a PR but at least we all made it.
We had all these plans to sightsee and have adventures after the race, ...
... The sample size is about a quarter of a pint. We discovered a new abbreviation. IBU. This basically is the measure of how bitter they are. The higher the number the more of an aftertaste your going to get. After a sampling you can then pick a favourite and have a pint. Not me. Sample such fun I just asked for the same five again in sample size. A little tipsy and very hungry we went to the Vietnamese restaurant next to the motel. Great food and great ...
... While I returned the bikes, she arranged a couples massage (!!) for the two of us. We got back, feeling quite relaxed, in time for the Inn's Wine and Cheese and Margot's now trying to pick a restaurant from what sounds like a lot of good options.
Tomorrow's our last day, planning to visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium, then head down to Carmel for lunch, Big Sur after the fog goes out then back to San Jose for our red-eye home.
... day and purchases a shirt for another memento as he describes it the best round of golf he has ever played. The travellers leave Pebble beach back through the security gates in search of accommodation in Monterey. Cirsty is sent on the mission to source prices while Ryan drives around the block. When Ryan finally returns from his blockey he has found his own accommodation option which the pair stay at. The pair check-in and then head back to Cannery rd ...
... for the wilderness. Of course that never happened and after fighting with an AT&T agent that had intentionally misled David in his SIM card purchase (seriously annoyed with people in positions of power at this point, we rolled into Monterey at about 3:30 without a clue where we would be staying that night. A quick stop at the information centre and we had that sorted - a one bedroom unit at a Best Western complete with free breakfast for ...