Quality Inn on 144 Kern Street
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... But my experience was the type of restaurant you visit once.
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- Historic building with a great breakfast, made-to-order complimentary with ...
... follow a red line all the way around the Pacific coast. The ocean views are magnificent and a map shows points of interest to stop at along the way. One Stop is to view a Lone Cypress tree growing on a rocky outcrop, and it has survived the elements for more than 250 years.
Everywhere you look there are golf courses, in fact there are 17 in the area, but the drive takes you directly to Pebble Beach and its grand ...
... on the way to Monterrey and the big car convention that was the reason we were going there.
Carmel by the sea was a stop on the list of things to do and on arrival we were a bit shocked to find heaps of other people had the same idea. There was nowhere to park and the streets very narrow. Much to Russ's despair we left the quaint little seaside town and all its 6 and 8 cylinder temptation behind and made our way to ...
... really that interesting. There are few buildings of architectural or historical interest, so we had a meander down the main street and found a Starbucks where we had a coffee, which having wifi enabled us to catch up with family. During coffee, Garry had managed to find a nice sounding organic food cafe not too far from where we were so after a few minutes walk we found ourselves at a very "Hebden Bridge" style cafe which made its own bread and had quite an extensive range of ...
... were still lots of ugly gray clouds lurking about. By this time we were bored with sitting around so ate lunch and headed out for a car tour of the area. We headed first to the post office so I could buy some stamps for the postcards I bought weeks ago. Then we headed to Morro Bay State Park where, just at the entrance to the park, you turn off to the golf course. We stopped in to grab a scorecard and have a look. The course is lovely...green and lush, lots ...
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