Ramada Limited Monterey Carmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Monterey
... to have picked the morning slot - it would have been much more difficult to spot the whales that afternoon than in the calm lake-like conditions that we'd experienced first thing. We made it back to shore in one piece and we'd worked up an appetite. 'LouLou's Griddle in the Middle' sounded just the trick for some hungry whale watchers. It was an adorable little diner on the neighbouring pier, serving fish and chips, calamari and burgers. Chris opted for local root beer which tasted ...
... wanted to get Big Mo back home before the rush hour traffic, so he took the car to Salinas, attached car to the RV and drove home while I got Lilly using Josh's car. Fred called saying he would need help backing Big Mo in to our slot, so I took Josh's car, met him at campground, set up Big Mo and we drove back to Carmel. When we got there, we saw Josh's empty parking space, and realized that we had left his car in at ...
Rowan and Michelle were both off today so we decided to go for a drive somewhere. We first headed to Carmel which is a small town that has a nice beach and lots of little shops. According to it's tourist guide it was quoted as being the 3rd most romantic place in the world and in the top ten for wine. We walked to an old Spanish Mission which Rowan and Michelle went in whilst me and Jessie enjoyed the views of ...
... else was stopping outside and so we looked at it too but no Dirty Harry emerged. The drive around was spectacular beaches and amazing houses. We eventually foun ourselves back on Main Street and tied our steed up to a hitching post sought out coffee house and had breakfast of taco and coffee. The rain stopped so we rambled round the streets looking hither and thither ...
... competing with Beverley hills for exclusivity. Just at the end of this drive we saw people viewing far out to the ocean. It was hump back whales playing, jumping and generally having a good time much to the delight of the audience. Just before I get complaints about my whale knowledge, jumping is actually called breaching. Although a long way away the noise caused by them hitting the water was ...