Quality Inn Monterey-Munras
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As we headed south down the west coast towards Los Angeles we had 2 stopovers.
Our first was spending 2 nights in Monterey Bay.
While there we celebrated Merryn's birthday. To celebrate we went to the Monterey Bay Aquarium which is one of the best aquariums in the world. The place was huge and kept us busy for a number of hours …
... Bay Aquarium. We made it through the whole place plus had a behind-the-scenes tour of where and how they rehabilitate sea otters. Very fun. Random fact of the day: sea otters' fur has 1000 hairs per square inch. The aquarium is well worth the visit!
This is a day that is truly better expressed with pictures than words. Enjoy!
... parking up we wandered past the restored canneries buildings that have been converted into shops and eateries along Cannery Row. It has a very relaxed, shabby chic feel and we enjoyed pottering slowly towards the aquarium.
We reached the vast Monterey Bay Aquarium and with pre-booked tickets happily in hand went past the long ticket queues to the entrance. We had chosen possibly the busiest day of the year to visit the Aquarium - a Sunday at the start of August. It ...
... stop to whale watch we went to a waterfall which is the only one in the world which falls directly into the sea. Next we drove to Monterey via the richest town in the states, Carmel. In Monterey we split into two groups: Matt went sea kayaking for 2 hours where he was able to get up close and personal with sea lions and albatross' he came back with a very wet bum; while Matt was off getting ...
... chaos comes to paradise for three days. God Bless America for on
these days He’s obviously gone on holidays too; but somewhere else. (Now, now
We’ve still got nearly four weeks to go and much to look forward to. Our holiday has been filled with so much striking scenery; contact with wildlife; kayaking and hiking and
interesting things we haven’t yet started ...