Rosedale Inn Executive Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Unfortunately we did not see the "man from Del Monte who say yes"! Some of you will remember the advert. Lots of viewpoints on this drive- wildlife included brown pelicans, cormorants, seals and sea lions. Also deer on one of the many golf courses. There are houses on sale at over $2,000,000. And the restaurants prices are to match. Would love to spend longer in this area, but we have to come home on Saturday. Total mileage today- ...
... of the Henry Miller library and is nestled into a creek of redwoods. The Inn is made up of several small cottages surrounded by rose bushes and similar. Forget about your Hiltons and Marriotts - there is no wifi, no tv - nothing but an oasis for the soul. The staff is friendly and relaxed, and our room is like an old summer home. The place was actually built by a Norweigan immigrant who ...
... Inn - nice hotel! Well priced, quiet, clean) in Monterey the night before, when we determined that we would most likely, between all the driving and seeing the aquarium, would not start heading down the coast til the next day. But the hotel check in didn't start until 3 pm, and we were there around 2pm, so we just decided to head right to the Monterey Aquarium. We had admission included with our CityPass purchase. After a few attempts at ...
... on that one. Don't know how these Californians handle all this massive traffic.
Today, Carmel and Monterey! The first place we visited was Point Lobos State Reserve, the place Charlotte told me was a "must visit". Harlan's already mentioned that we couldn’t hike the trail she suggested, but the ones we did hike were spectacular. The coastline reminded us of the Oregon coast, where we spent time many years ago. ...
... reconnected with the I-40 at Kingman (had a much coveted Starbucks) and continued on what is now called Oatman Rd. This section of the Route was incredible. Different than anything we had seen or had been expecting. It looked like a mix between a Loony Tune, Wiley Coyote cartoon and something from some film, I know I have seen sometime in my past. This is what the 'Old West' looks like. We stopped at Sitgraves Pass to get photos from both aspects. ...