Inn by the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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nach einem kurzen aber gemütlichen Frühstück im Abrego haben wir beschlossen das hochgelobte "Monterey Bay Aquarium" zu besuchen; sehr interessante Sache, da gibt's Viecher im Pazifik die kennen wir gar nicht, nebst den uns bekannten Haien, Quallen und Oktopussen - sehr toll gemacht dort. …
... bowing palm trees. Less welcoming were their huge heavy leaves raining down upon us, making it a rather dangerous end to the ride... With hostel found we returned to a lively SB centre where the bars were packed with young Saturday night revellers. We headed to more sedate surroundings and the SB Brewing Company for more new IPAs and the usual food fare, although Ange had decided enough was enough on the pulled pork front. You can only have so much of a good ...
... he had a soft drink luckily because the waiter said he couldn't give us any more alcohol because the drinks are so strong. Our meals were great all the guys had fajitas I had a burrito and Bobbie had enchiladas, everyone enjoyed the food a lot. The drink was delicious too, once we finished it, we all had a buzz on already, then we ordered Mojitos, mine had watermelon and was great. Chips headed back to his hotel as he was tired and the rest of us ...
... malauradament no hem fet la visita a dintre la missió però hem llegit que el pare franciscà Junipero Serra (mallorquí que va ser el missioner més destacat en l'època de la conquesta) està enterrat a sota l'altar.
Totes les missions estan en actiu i normalment hi ha una escola que forma part del recinte. Aquesta tarda hem arribat a Santa Barbara i al barri on hi ha la ...
Yet another 5am start today, breakfast as the sun rose over Monterey Bay giving us a beautiful display. Had time for a short stroll for photos down Cannery Row before we headed out of town heading for or next stop - Hearst Castle. A 3 hour drive and we were there, ready to take a look at William Hearst's 'folly'. They call this 'America's Castle' I guess because there aren't many, if any, real ones. William Hearst bean began building his on the family ranch high up ...