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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunset Inn Pacific Grove
Sembra una baita... se fa freddo...c'è anche il camino in camera... l'unico problema è che se il vicino si fa la doccia... tu non dormi... ma comunque ottimo!!
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... OMG... We were absolutely bloody exhausted... We needed that bus so we could rest our poor little legs.. And our extremely sore backsides. We got on board and fell into a heap. We then travelled the distance back to our hotel, we were done. The experience of Yosemite National Park was one we will cherish forever. We loved every moment we spent in this amazing area, we have promised that we will go back and stay in this majestic ...
... charge visitors a $20 toll to drive on their main drag. What a way to keep out the riff raff! I drove right through Monterey to a spot west of town on the bay where I know a bunch of harbor seals nurse their young on a beach. We watched then for a while and then drive south past the 17 Mile Road and Junipero Serra's mission to the north end of the Big Sur coast. Here is a wonderland called Point Lobos by the Spanish long ago because of the "sea ...
... we ventured out as it was a lovely harbour together with a small fishing town.
Managed to spot some of the local wildlife before deciding on a restaurant to have a bite to eat.
As we were by the sea it was seafood all the way, Nic had crab ravioli and Jon had the Fisherman's Platter consisting of half a crab, prawns, scallops and a crab cake.
Bit of a schoolboy error by Jon ...
... 3:15 when we arrived. We took Interstate 5 which ran through the high hills north of LA before breaking out into a very flat, dusty plain. Really a huge, wide, flat valley. For the next four hours, the bleakness of the sagebrush was broken up by dusty towns, tree filled rivers (often dry), irrigated paddocks and pumping oil wells. Finally we cut away from I5 and headed west to the coast ...
... grey and spotted basking on the rocks in the fog… wish, I could say basking in the sun, but not so much.
Cannery Row was interesting with all its history around the canneries and the Spanish, Japanese, and Filipinos who worked the fisheries and canneries in the area. And, for those of you who may have read or seen the move, Cannery Row, by John Steinbeck, there were signs along the way describing the various ...