Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive Pacific Grove
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... at a dog friendly beach where they cooked over a fire. The sunset was so beautiful and every few minutes the colours seemed to change so Darren enjoyed capturing some cool pictures. It was really fun to just relax on the beach with the fire going, dogs running around and being with family.
We ended our night like most others....rummy back and Nick and Melissa's then into our truck by the ocean ready for another amazing sunrise.
Our plan was pretty simple, head north as far as Exmouth, to hopefully swim with whale sharks before heading east inland to Karijini National Park for a few days before heading south again along route 95 back to Perth. We didn't have a set plan in terms of exactly how many days we would spend in each place on the way up to Exmouth 1265km north, but we had a few highlights we wanted to see along the way and also had been told by several people just how beautiful Exmouth and ...
... brings to mind. Wooded highways, deer outside my cabin, and ocean views. The area is mostly older folks and vacationers, but most people have been very pleasant.
As I would with anywhere, I recommend getting off the freeways and taking the state highways for their more scenic views. The drive from San Jose to Pacific Grove much improved when exiting the freeway and taking ...
... marine life at the touch tanks, by the kelp forest exhibit, and in the open sea exhibit, where we watched sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, bluefin and yellow fin tuna, dolphin fish, and sun fish swim circles in the dark, blue tank. We gazed in awe at the resident giant octopus, who gave us quite the show, cruising around the tank determined to evoke "oohs and ahhs" from the audience. To wrap up our aquarium experience, we stepped onto ...
... got to see a Mother Sea Lion & her pup playing in the water not too far from us. Then, they came out of the water onto some rocks so the pup could grab a morning snack.
Our next stop was Elephant Seal beach. There is a rookery of an estimated 20,000 elephant seals along a 6 mile stretch of Hwy 1. A large portion congregate on one beach. During May, the female seals & adolescent males spend a month on the beach ...