Los Laureles Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Jake awoke with toothache this morning, so we had a bit of a lie in in order to let the pain killers kick in. Whilst he was asleep, I took advantage of the breakfast. I grabbed loads for 'us' and rushed back to the apartment to pig out. We left the hotel at 10:40 to head to Monterey State Beach. We got the bus as it was a bit too far to walk, and headed onto the sand. In all the times I have been to the beach, I have never experienced so many flies. It was DISGUSTING. The sand ...
... to all that trouble to restore a vehicle, shouldn't you stay consistent? We exchanged information about where we were from...we told him where we were from and he was very familiar with Vancouver and Victoria. Knows about Tigers and seemed quite well informed. Turns out he loves British cars and likes to buy up old Jags and restore them and apparently Vancouver and Victoria are hot places to get those right now. His name is David Brennan, from Reno and he is a former owner of a ...
... that I was transported to the point for export by a railroad.
I did some hiking around the bay while Lee sat and read a wonderful book while gazing out at the bobbing seals. We ended the day by having dinner with a couple of admirers of our vehicle who wanted to know all about it. They treated us to Cint Eastwood's Mission Ranch Restaurant which was new to us. Headed to San Diego the next ...
... Highway 1 and headed for Big Sur. Again, this stretch of coast s is renowned for its beauty and it didn't disappoint. Much like the great ocean road in Victoria, it winds up and around the coastline creating many vistas. However the road sits much higher above the waterline than in Victoria and so the views and scale are a bit more breathtaking. We stopped frequently to climb across guardrails and traipsed across sand dunes to get the best vantage ...
... wine, the world etc. So half cut I wandered to the Aquarium. Very expensive but very good in fairness. A chance to see animals (and take photos more importantly) that I had only seen snorkelling or on tv. Leopard sharks, otters, penguins, jellyfish to name a few. Given it was such a lovely day and a long walk ahead of us to the motel we made a bee line to the local Micro brewery to do some beer tasting. Really good idea as can choose five beers from ...