Quality Inn Monterey Beach Dunes
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... brought us to the top of a cliff side overlooking a white beach and translucent blue water with a waterfall falling eighty feet off the cliffside onto the sand. This is the classic Big Sur postcard shot where the amazing beach and sand are punctuated on one side by the majestic Pacific and on the other side by rising mountains. We made our way to a far more isolated area called Partington Cove, where a trail wound a half mile down the cliffside across a bridge and through a tunnel ...
... Today the canneries are geared for tourists as antique shops, restaurants souvenir shops.
We spent most of the day enchanted by the creatures in the Aquarium. The displays were very good. There was a good mix of interactive educational stations to keep us informed and entertained. The Packard (as in Hewlett- Packard IT company) family are benefactor with their daughter a marine biologist a ...
... was really nice; it was within walking distance to a beach, and it had a nice landscaped courtyard with lots of flowers.
We sat down with our sushi and watched an episode of Orange is the New Black, which we have been missing like crazy. We arrived to our room earlier than most nights, and after we finished the episode, we decided to relax. We ended up falling asleep with the lights on, contacts still in, and the room pretty much all thrown ...
... seeing the 25% off all wine offer he couldn't resist ordering a bottle of the local Sauvignon Blanc to go with the meal. As the waiter poured Nic's glass it dawned on Jon that he was infact driving and couldn't touch a single drop!!!!
Luckily we could bring the bottle away with us and Nic was kind enough not to polish the whole bottle off (which made a change!)
Free breakfast in the morning and then it's off to Santa ...
This morning we had a late start due to a small problem with the RV. All sorted but we didn't get out of the campsite until 11am.
We drove up the coast to San Simeon, the home of the Hearst Castle. William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate, built a castle on the top of a hill on the family ranch. He started building it in 1919 and spent 28 years working on it in collaboration with his architect Julia Morgan. The castle is formally named La ...