Ramada Limited Monterey Carmel
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... Yikes! I don’t have enough money to pay our bill.”
“We don’t have any money either,” they admit.
A moment later, someone taps my shoulder. I turn around, and see a kind-looking, redheaded man, about 30 years old, with a beard, and a smile.
“I was sitting in the booth behind you, and I overheard your conversation,” he says. ...
... was a certain familiar smell and sound that reminded me of SeaWorld (f*** SeaWorld)... upon looking closer, my dad realized that there were also seals and sea lions on the base of the rock! How exciting is that, live seals and sea lions! They smelled fishy and were rather noisy, but adorable and awesome. It was such a beautiful sight and I even took out my binoculars to view them more closely. What a treat that was. Within a short while ...
... winter coat. They fast during the month & use the sand for sunscreen. It's really quite an amazing site!
Hwy 1 has very little development & large sections are National Forest & State Parks. So bathrooms are few & far between. We did decide that a view of the Pacific makes even a Porta Potty seem better! As we were driving around lunch time, Steven noticed a strange noise & quickly pulled over. Vincent ...
... an hour out of the park we were travelling through forests, then we broke out into countryside of undulating hills with huge boulders and lovely green pastureland that was reminiscent of some I the Devon uplands. Later as we drove on the countryside opened up in vast barren areas of grazing land with not a tree or bush in sight. Slowly the scene changed to fields of fruit trees and poly ...
I did write an extensive account of our week in San Francisco which was bound to meet critical acclaim, but it seems to have deleted itself as I went to upload it, which is lovely. Here we go with a 2nd attempt... We are now in Monterey, a fishing town about 90 minutes south of San Francisco. We left the city this morning and had a spectacular drive hugging the Pacific coast down to Santa Cruz, where we spent a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon watching low quality ...