Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive

Address: 213 Seventeen Mile Drive, Pacific Grove, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93950, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 213 Seventeen Mile Drive, Pacific Grove, is near Pacific Grove Oceanview Boulevard, Lovers Point, Monarch Grove Sanctuary, and Point Pinos Lighthouse.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at 213 Seventeen Mile Drive Pacific Grove

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Travel Blogs from Pacific Grove

Farewell to San Francisco!

A travel blog entry by nanaof7 on Sep 30, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... ordered clam chowder in a sour dough bowl. Yummy! Doug ordered a beef sandwich on a sour dough bun. The meat and fixings were good but the bun was very hard and Doug had a hard time chewing through it. We were thinking of Mother, and knowing she would not have been able to eat the bun at all. We browsed through a couple of souvenir shops but found nothing we couldn't live without. We continued through the wharf and then made our way to the starting point for the Powell ...

Beautiful Pacific Grove, our home away from home!

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 14, 2014

20 photos

... 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.

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Big Sur (There's Not Enough Wow to Explain It)

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 11, 2014

26 photos

... we drove through. The road is carved into the side of mountains which drop to cliffs sometimes hundreds of feet above the water. This made the area difficult to settle and now almost inhabited, and the road all the more amazing. As we curved and curled along this expanse of the highway we were constantly in awe of the sloping hills and cliffs that dropped to water of such a brilliant turquoise that each new turn yielded small whispers and loud acclamations of, "wow, that's ...

Highway 1

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Mar 26, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

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To end the trip we went back to the coast to spot some elephant seals that bask in the sun there – the males are massive with protrusions over their nose which aren't the prettiest (like you see on TV). The females are quite cute though. The bulls are apparently 14 to 16 ft long and the heaviest weigh about 5400 lbs, cows are approximately half the size. The bulls are quite territorial and therefore there is one male to many women!! Tsk tsk!. There were ...

Bin Laden Was A Crack Addict

A travel blog entry by doove on Sep 15, 2013

209 photos

... breakfast at a gas station (probably not the wisest idea but whatever) and then heading back to San Francisco where had to drop off Alex and Tobi, leaving just me and Felicity to complete the last part of the trip.... From 7 down to 2! The last section was Redwood National Park. Again went up Highway 1 but the drive was pretty long (about another 8 hours), only stopping for coffee and toilet breaks. Picked up a couple of fairly trampy hitchers along the way but they were ...