Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive
Travel Blogs from Pacific Grove
... stuck out of position, Anne and Grant could not make any headway paddling. Cynthia and Solie tied them up to their Kayaks, and they towed them home. Grant told me, "I used all the swear words I had today."
That night Cynthia made pasta and salad, which we ate with our assorted fruits, vegetables, and snacks. I went to bed with Anne and Cynthia still using the hot tub. The next day I learned they were up until 2am.
... around what had been home for the first leg of our trip and bought a few souvenirs before heading back to the room to pack our bags, check out and head to Avis to collect our car. We collected our car with no problems (Chevrolet Captiva) and feeling a little apprehensive headed out onto the streets of San Francisco. After a few problems with the sat nav sending us ...
... the dirt path and bumped into a guy who said we could camp a bit further down the path from where he himself had set up. At first the dude seemed friendly, but once again turned out to be an absolute mentalist (only he did actually claim to have some mental issues and had been to see a shrink based on stories of being sexually abused as a kid). We could neither prove or disprove this but it did seem odd how much he was willing to share even though he claimed to never talk about ...
... knew what they were doing. I didn’t. The only way I could stop was to run into the pole. You’ll see a photo of it!
Well, beautiful ocean views and still foggy on the way back to Lover’s Point. This time, we walked about 2+ miles.
PG has different kind of deer than we have in Cincinnati. They are Columbian black-tailed deer. They seem grey and have the black tail. We have seen them on the golf courses ...
... are tonight is a lovely village which was refuge and a retreat for actors, poets and professors way back in 1902. It has a Bohemian look. The beach is white clean sand and being a holiday weekend there were people everywhere. The town is dog friendly and they are everywhere. They are allowed in all the shops and restaurants. This place is now for the rich and the shops show that. Gary has planned our drive into San Francisco tomorrow and hopefully everyone keeps out of our ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed