Ramada Limited Monterey Carmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... represented every member of the family and named them for a price you can be emailed your own seal Had difficulty persuading Angela that a seal would fit in the boot !!! They do pong but seem to have an interesting life style the ones in the pictures are almost all young males teenagers we knew as they were all asleep in bed in the middle of the day ...
... he could upgrade me to a black 2015 convertible mustang GT kick ass piece of American automotive engineering...
Jack lost it. Last week he drove a $500 million dollar ship...today he was more excited to be in a convertible car. (Just like Mr. Dinner and Mr. Pasemko drive...except newer and faster...and less mid-life crisisy)
Unbelievably fun was the rest of the day. Jenn will fill you in on the spectacular Monterey Aquarium, ...
... We went for a late lunch on the Old Fisherman's Pier at a restaurant called Café Fina. We sat at American Football coach John Madden's table and were warned by numerous signs that we'd have to move if he turned up. Luckily (for him!!) he didn't and we enjoyed a good hearty lunch after all that sea air.
We wandered along the pier for a while before heading back to Carmel Valley Ranch some pool time. We were joined around the ...
... sea lions in English) that lived here. The reserve is on a small forested cape. At the end of the cape are alien sandstone and conglomerate formations. The grass and plants and rocks paint the land here in a full spectrum of color. Wildflowers pop out everywhere and mule deer play hide and seek. There is a stunning cape covered in Monterey cypress trees overlooking a reddish kelp forest in the bays below. The most wonderful part is the sea. We ...
... we travelled the length of the Payette
Valley a scenic drive bonded the full way to the Payett River. God, Australians don’t know how much water there is in this country; all trapped for half the
year in reservoirs of snow and then in dams in steep sided canyons. Idaho was once essentially desert until they started irrigating it. Cropping twice a year it’s now a