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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... on Wed at Jack London's in Carmel - another old favourite. It was a little disappointing. We stuck our nose into Clint Eastwood's bar, the Hog's Breath Inn (now owned by others) and it looked unchanged and very inviting. The Kansas City Royals gave the Giants a flogging. Now one-all and the next three games are in San Francisco, where Dwayne hopes the Giants will end up winning ...
... 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.
We made our way to the ferry and made the journey out to Alcatraz island. It stands so alone with the backdrop of the ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge, and the majestic city of San Francisco on the other. We made our way directly to the southerly, most gusty end of the island. The ruins of certain prison guard quarters, have deteriorated in the harsh, damning conditions that pound this small island in the middle of the bay. We slowly made ...
... ocean's coast, Santa Cruz reminded me of a stereotypical Californian beach town. It even came equipped with teenage Mexican gangsters with knee high tube socks and poorly grown moustaches that stood guarding the doorways of the local arcades. The beach boulevard was lined with restaurants, souvenir and surf shops which faced a long stretch of sandy beach front with kayaks, people and surf ...
... spent a few hours scouring the interesting shops and just taking it all in.
Monterey Bay is filled with kayakers, yachts, scuba tours and plenty of whale watching boats, making it a sight to see from the boardwalk. Fisherman's Wharf is also a hive of activity with all its seafood eateries and novelty shops. We relaxed over a coffee at 'Crepes of Brittany' which got a good write up in the Lonely Planet. A floating ...