Vagabond Inn Monterey
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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The overnight rain returned for our journey to Monterey and it felt like an age before we finally made it out of the Santa Cruz city limits. It was a little convoluted but in general getting out of US cities is a lot easier than our experiences in Europe. We stopped off at a bike shop to pick up a couple of items and before we'd put down the bikes one of the staff had spotted ...
... stop to play in the surf, collect sand dollars, watch a breathtaking sunset on the left coast, and successfully navigate a 250 mile round trip venture into uncharted territory. We didn't kill each other, or the kids, and chalked up another amazing day; day 16 of 315 total.
The reality of all of this, it would seem, is that getting there is more than half the fun!!!
After a short "get oriented" run this morning, we had a nice room-service breakfast then headed across the street to find out about renting bikes. Contrary to advice given by one to-be-unnamed daughter, there is actually good biking along 17 Mile Drive, so we rented a couple of road bikes and headed out on the Monterey Bay Recreation trail that runs from about 25 miles north of Monterey to about 4 miles west.
... br> We were driving along this flat plain in Central Oregon and Bren said,
“There’s supposed to be a 300 ft drop into a canyon just ahead.” “********”
said Rossi sceptical that everything here was flat, flat and only flat. But
there is was, without warning, staring straight down sheer cliffs was the P.S
Ogden Overlook of a canyon cut out of granite by ...
... Sweetness. Darkness hits when I reach the mountains and experience my first white-nuckle drive around sharp curves with steep drop-offs. A stream of car lights follow behind me. Their honking does not help me go faster than 25 mph. The following day, Carver gives me a tour of Monterey’s Cannery Row. Before reaching the cannery, we drive over the crest of a hill, and for the first time, I ...