Vagabond Inn Monterey
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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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... too. We watched the sunset on a beach in Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Playing on the beach with my family was fabulous. And then, we managed to navigate our drive back home to our apartment in downtown SF. Without getting a divorce. Yee haw.
PAUL'S Entry So, never short on words, I thought I would dip into the blog pool and share some thoughts on our trip so far, from my perspective. Every day so far has been amazing!!!...which is ...
... We went for a late lunch on the Old Fisherman's Pier at a restaurant called Café Fina. We sat at American Football coach John Madden's table and were warned by numerous signs that we'd have to move if he turned up. Luckily (for him!!) he didn't and we enjoyed a good hearty lunch after all that sea air.
We wandered along the pier for a while before heading back to Carmel Valley Ranch some pool time. We were joined around the ...
... people to eat, shop or visit the aquarium. We ate and window shopped. The drive from Monterey to Carmel-by-the-Sea took us along the 17-Mile Drive, a privately owned stretch of roadway with exclusive housing, 8 golf courses and protected forest and wildlife. The rich and famous to have or have had homes here include Clark Gable, John Travolta and Clint Eastwood who was Mayor of Carmel for one term. The Pebbles Beach Golf Course has hosted 5 US Open Championships. If you wanted ...
... after I drop you off.”
Our five-day, 2,400 mile drive to CA is long and boring. Our sightseeing is done on the freeways, most striking is the St. Louis Arch, which we circle around, and enjoy from every angle. We stop long enough for photos in my favorite Grand Canyon, the stunningly colorful Painted Desert, and the Petrified Forest. After I drop-off Mooch, I head over to visit ...
As we left San Francisco, we said our farewells to the city as we crossed the famous orange 4,200 foot long bridge. The next scheduled stop was Los Angeles but not for a few days so we slowly trailed our way down Highway 1 making stops along the way. Who wouldn't want to stop at the famous surf board town of Santa Cruz, also made famous from the late 80's computer game "California Games." A small city ...