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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The overnight rain returned for our journey to Monterey and it felt like an age before we finally made it out of the Santa Cruz city limits. It was a little convoluted but in general getting out of US cities is a lot easier than our experiences in Europe. We stopped off at a bike shop to pick up a couple of items and before we'd put down the bikes one of the staff had spotted ...
... stop to play in the surf, collect sand dollars, watch a breathtaking sunset on the left coast, and successfully navigate a 250 mile round trip venture into uncharted territory. We didn't kill each other, or the kids, and chalked up another amazing day; day 16 of 315 total.
The reality of all of this, it would seem, is that getting there is more than half the fun!!!
... Mel Gibson and his daughter as we messed around swimming, relaxing in the hot tub and generally enjoying a lovely sunny California afternoon and evening.
In the evening we were joined for dinner by our friends from home Patricia, Stephen and their son George. We ate in The Lodge in Carmel Valley. A very pleasant night was had by all; the boys played Uno and the grown ups drank wine. We all ate well before everyone headed off to bed.
... birds, turkey vultures (feasting on a carcass), sea otters, harbor seals, California sea lions... Even stranded fish in a large tide pool. Crabs sat in the cracks in the rocks foaming at the mouth as they breathed through saved up sea water. The sound of hundreds of crabs making bubbles is a wonder. Pelicans flew low in formation in that way that always hypnotizes me. We went back to Monterey to get food as the sun was setting and checked our ...
... fields with irrigation booms that circle them for a
Before we left Idaho we had one last treat: a jet boat ride again on the never ending Snake River through part of Hells Canyon which took us down and then back up a class four rapid. Class five is deemed life threatening. The canyon walls in some parts rise a mile above the water.
Our next experience was ...