Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... re overseen on an official tour, which requires reservations in advance and costs 7 bucks a person, plus 10 dollars admission. We asked the park ranger at the gate if California had a 5 day pass we could buy to get in the parks like in Oregon. The woman was very short and abrupt. She said "NO!". She said we could buy the 200 dollar season pass if we wanted. I find it disconcerting that the state employees we encountered at the prison ...
... we joined the long line of visitors waiting to board the ferry back to SF. Back on the mainland, we strolled toward Pier 39, otherwise known as Fisherman's Wharf. This is a very busy area full of shops and restaurants as well as street performers and wall to wall tourists. Our mission was to have lunch and ride the cable car back to Union Square. We found the famous Boudin Bakery that is renowned for its sour dough bread. I love clam chowder, and that is a SF favourite ...
... probably being stiff from the drive, Dick played a pretty good round of golf. He said it was just beautiful out there.
And, I went for a 4+ mile walk down by Cannery Row with Mel. Saw some familiar sights: marina, Fisherman's Wharf, and Wharf #2. No fog, just beautiful weather!
Went to a local taqueria for lunch. Yummy food!
LAUNDRY DAY, too .... We decided that almost our entire wardrobe needed a wash. So, four loads later, it was done.
... at least, and don’t really like to head out on a hike not knowing how long it is or what we might see. One of the maintenance guys told us about a hike down to the beach about a mile up the road so we went there next. The trail had a sign that was partially visible from the road, but we would not have found it on our own. When we reached the bottom and walked through a tunnel, we came out to a cove where the waves were crashing against huge rocks ...
... it all, so we were glad we remembered to order small. After dinner, we headed off back to our hotel. It had been a long day and we had done so much. It was hard to believe that we started this day with a hike in the mountains of Yosemite, and now here we are in Monterey. Sam and I decided we were going to get up for sunrise. This hotel was on the beach so we just had to stroll across from our room. As usual, we were all in bed by 9.00pm, exhausted but ...