Ramada Limited Monterey North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Limited Monterey North
Travel Blogs from Monterey
... the grandest Victorian home in America. It was built by a Canadian lumber baron who built another mansion across the street, called it the Pink Lady (painted pink, of course) and gave it to his son as a wedding present. Huh??
Our hotel provided complimentary limosene services to any restaurant in the city so we took ‘em up on it. The bar in the limo had all the glasses and fake booze but was strictly for ...
... explanation, it all made sense!
Fred was working on the computer, so Carol took Lilly to Aikido and then we picked up Fred and all went back to Carmel - another fun day.
Friday, May 1: Today we picked up our car - all fixed! Good to have it back. Carol made Lilly's Pirate costume scarf and belt so she will be all set for next week. That afternoon, Carol ...
We are on a short little vacation to run a half marathon tomorrow-- the Big Sur Half Marathon. At 4pm, David, Kelsey, Marimar, Charles, Jonathan, Jim, Sherry and I drove down to Monterey. After picking up food at Whole Foods, having a nice (but long) Italian dinner, and settling in at the house we snagged, we went to sleep early. The real adventure starts ...
... the day. We stayed put for a good hour or so to make the most of it and the dolphins stuck around the entire time. I just wanted to get out there with them… but the cold water was in my way!
It got to lunch time so we drove up the main street and parked up to find somewhere cheap to eat, which was going to be a challenge! The town has a lot of European influence and its highlighted in the architecture. The buildings are so beautiful and it has a countryside ...
... into a pirate ship on wheels. The final stop for the day was Pfeiffer Beach, down a two mile windy road to the base of some cliffs that drop to a long expanse of beach, which at times looks purple because of manganese in the soil. This beach has a limited number of visitors at any given time and so was not crowded. Off the edge of the beach in various places, large rocks house carved out caves and tunnels creating large spouts of water crashing along the shore. This place was ...