Vagabond Inn Monterey
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVagabond Inn Monterey
What a great place, had a beautiful big room with king bed, gas open fire place, fridge, microwave, balcony. Loved it.! Highly recommend. Gentleman on front desk was welcoming and helpful, with a smile. Which I found rare to see in the USA!
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Thankfully Tuesday our box of goodies we'd left at Ben and Jamie's arrived, otherwise we'd not have had time to go on the next adventure.
Neither Paul nor I had been on a whale viewing boat, so we booked to go from Fisherman's wharf in Monterey Wednesday.
The boat was due to go 10am, and we were there in heaps of time, but we didn't know how the traffic was going to be or how ...
... up with a sore throat and a bit of a temperature. I blame the flipping Arctic Pacific temperatures myself. I administered some ibuprofen and she felt better as the day wore on; Luckily she dozed for some of the scarier moments of Highway 1.
My fear of heights is a bit weird - it abates when I'm over water for some reason (I DON'T KNOW - ask my parents, I'm mostly their fault!). ...
... monster for miles up the valley. The valley
today looks like a detonated mine field. There were three dredges, one of which
they dismantled and shipped off to Peru
to do it all again.
Back to the Fossil Beds: the scenery here is unique. So many hills are peaked or cone shaped; their colours are: brown, red, green, purple, yellow, grey blue. I’m trying to go around the ...
... a cute little village that had eateries and trinkets, and ate some Indian Food. On the drive back to our hotel, my face was plastered to the window of the car as I was treated to a beautiful starry night... a sight that isn't found in my hometown of Orlando. I absolutely love stargazing and one day I will be camp out somewhere where they are endless, but for tonight, the Californian sky was mesmerizing enough. What a dazzling way to end the ...
... pair of decent binoculars to help me see... and there was lots to see, Not just the teeming birdlife, but also seals, sea lions, and the odd otter out in the ocean but close enough to see and recognise even without binoculars. The smell was pungent and quite revolting. A fine mix of bird poo and fish, I would think. Revolting. Having seen the finest sights one could wish for, we decided to go on towards Carmel, on the 17 mile Drive, which goes through Pebble Beach. Now, even ...