Ramada Limited Monterey North
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... were coming on to shore we got caught by a wave and it rolled us over on to the beach head first and dumped he kayak on top of us, was quite funny! The next day we woke up early to go whale watching!!!!!!! It was awesome! We expected to see few but the skipper and marine biologist reckon there were 50 humpback whales feeding on Krill. A normal trip usually sees around ...
... amp; Della have never been to San Francisco so we were their tour guides but a two day stop was way too short to see everything. None-the-less - we rode the cable cars, strolled through Union square, walked along Market Street, toured the ferry terminal, rode the trolley cars along Embarcadero Way, drove the winding Lombard street, visited Coit Tower, viewed the Transamerica building and gobbled oysters at Pier 39. ...
... in bed, the popcorn fairy came to visit (Papa always makes the popcorn for movies) and off to bed.
Sunday, April 26: Lilly woke us at 6:30 saying, "I've been awake for an hour but didn't want to wake you up too early!" Yikees! This time, Lilly brought books into our bed and she read to us - she's really growing up! We had breakfast, played paper dolls and had a little "pillow fight" time with Papa. Lilly ...
Monterey is a little jewel along the California Coast. Quite some time ago this place was thriving due to the local fishing industry. Apparently this industry dropped off but tourism has kicked in and the place is a hub of activity. The hotel we stayed in hangs out across the water - very pleasant. Clam chowder is still a feature of almost any menu around here ...
... the 17 mile road for free on a boat! Whilst on the ship we got talking to Tyler the ship hand who laughed at our disappointment (probably thinking we were un grateful) but also offered us a free trip in the morning... We couldn't not take him up on this so we decided to stay in Monterey for the night. Originally once off the boat we were going to drive the 17 mile drive whilst watching the sunset but when we arrived ...