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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... we checked in and saw the film, which is quite interesting, telling the back story of WR Hearst's father, one George Hearst and how the first millions were made.
Our guide, Michelle, spoke so fast that I had great difficulty following her. When we went onto the first room, which is a sort of sitting room, she went into overdrive and I lost the plot.
Rather than ask us to admire the magnificent room’s walnut paneling, Renaissance and Baroque tapestries and masterpieces ...
... pooling just below it. After that, we hit Trader Joe's in Pacific Grove (not as nice as Monterey) and then started the drive to Three Rivers, where our hotel for Sequoia is. We did not get out of Pacific Grove until 5pm and didn't arrive at the hotel until 9pm. Luke only fell asleep about 10 minutes before we arrived. JP was rallied by the jacuzzi tub in the middle of our ...
... baby dolphins swimming alongside their mothers and best of all, a couple of confused seals mimicking the dolphins' movements. After a while, we saw a couple of the exhausted pretenders struggling to keep up... It was very amusing! Again, the time flew past with us all so engrossed watching and photographing the beautiful creatures. It was then time to continue onwards to look for whales again. We eventually reached the deep water Monterey Canyon (deeper than the Grand Canyon) which ...
... launch, covered docks, pavilion, playground, splashpark, tennis/pickleball/basketball courts, captivating statues, memorial center and concession stands.
Fernie, BC: We stayed at the Travelodge Three Sisters. We met up with June’s brother and sisters to bury their mother’s ashes beside her dad in the Sand Creek Cemetery. Then, we drove to his favorite post-hunting bar (the rustic Bull River Inn) to have ...
... and all sorts of homemade food. We sat on hay bales while chewing on saltwater taffy and sipping iced tea. It was a great little place to visit but we had to get on the road if we were gonna get to Monterey on schedule. So we hopped in our RV once again. We accidentally missed our turn off to the coastal highway so we had to take the Inland highway to Monterey which was a shame. But it was OK because we had plenty of to catch up with our cousin Erin in the adorable town of ...