Ramada Limited Monterey North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to hurry him up, let him just enjoy it all. They were good and just wen talking with it.
Gav loved it and he and I walked some of the course to a couple of the holes he wanted to see. He got to see a few ex pros along the way. We got some souvenirs at the pro shop and he got photos of famous golfer lockers in the change rooms.
... we went out for a special dinner at the Fish Hopper restaurant with a lovely view out on Monterey bay. The Sea otters were diving for their dinner in the giant kelp beds. I had the Sand Dabs, a local Sardine like fish for dinner, with a Clos du Bois North Californian C******nay.
We could see the fishing boats on the bay and the sun set on the dunes and later the lights of Monterey.
Just Say No
“WOW! I can’t believe that I’m seeing the Pacific Ocean for the first time in my life!” I exclaim. “It takes my breath away!”
“We'll go to the cliffs along the ocean next, and stop near a bridge, where we’ll walk out onto the rock formations in the water,” Carver says.
"That's great, Carver!"
... to the bay for coffee and tea at a local cafe. Surprise surprise, our Swedish friends we had met only a few day ago in Fiji walked in. What a small world we live in! After a good catch up we all went on our way. They drove on to Santa Cruz while we went out in search for dinner. We found a unique restaurant, Bubba Gump, based on the movie Forest Gump. It was a novelty we couldn't resist. We went inside and ordered from the menu which ...
... so we're making a stop at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park to walk the Valley View trail. The trail goes through a nice set of massive redwoods and then starts to climb up the hills. Along the way there are some beautiful views of the hills around the park. The day is windy and there is rain in the air so when we get to the top we're almost blown off the viewing point.