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
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Travel Blogs from Monterey
... sculpture, she went off into flights of fancy and asked us to imagine Beyonce and Rhianna having a conversation by the fireplace, when in walks Lady Gaga.
Hello??? What was that all about???
After that I lost it more than a little and managed to stand nearest to the fan which was brilliant to keep cool, but didn't help me hear what she was saying.
It is an extraordinary place and the attention to detail is remarkable. The hunting tapestries,the many statues ...
Our next stop off was Carmel-by-the-sea and Monterey. Once a bohemian artists colony, Carmel now has the feel of a well manicured country club. Ocean Avenue, the main drag in the village had such quaint architecture, a significant number of 'ladies that lunch' and older guys in their two seaters with the top down, was unsurprising. In contrast, Monterey was a working town that relied heavily on sardine canning in ...
... as a whale hotspot. Strangely we hadn't motored out to sea, instead the boat had hugged the coast heading north towards Santa Cruz, where the canyon starts remarkably close to the shore. Later on, when the wind picked up and the water became pretty choppy, we were all grateful to be able to focus on the coastline to stop us feeling sea sick. We were all extremely happy to see a further ten humpbacks during our final stop out at sea. It was incredible! At one point there was a pod of ...
... of their favorite drinks.
It took us two weeks and almost 5,000 km to get home from Gold Canyon but well worth the time spent. Travelling with our friends Jim and Della was absolutely great – lots of laughs and good memories. The seafood restaurants along the way were exceptional and the guys had to try oysters every night so that they could keep track of which restaurant served ...
... the Sea. When we arrived at Carmel by the sea we wandered the streets looking at the pretty gardens and ivy growing on little cottages. When we went to Brophys Tavern, the bar where we were meeting Erin, we got some pink lemonade and ate sliders and calamari. We gave Erin lots of hugs and had a great time seeing her. We then had trouble finding somewhere to park up for the night so we decided to stay in the Target carpark. It was a great day overall. See you all soon! -Grace