Merritt House Inn

Address: 386 Pacific Ave., Monterey, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93940, United States | 1 star inn
 
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This 1 star inn, located on 386 Pacific Ave., Monterey, is near Monterey Movie Tours, Waterfront, Splash Zone, and Allen Knight Maritime Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Monterey

      Big seals, big whales and big bridges = Big Sur

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Dec 21, 2014

      ... ravine dividing two parts of the Californian coast. It was built it in 1932 and becuase of it's size, design and location is a very photograped bridge.

      Pt Lobos State Park was the first place we spotted whales. We ould only see them spouting water as they were quite a distance offshore. This is the time of year they migrate to the south so we really lucked out to see some passing by.

      Because today was the shortest day of the ...

      Twice the Blog-Paul's Two Cents and Jenn's

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Sep 24, 2014

      8 comments, 9 photos

      ... was the Monterey Bay aquarium. I hesitated about going, but the aquarium does amazing work with both injured animals and promoting environmental awareness. In fact, one of my favourite exhibits was artwork by artists who use recycled materials to create their art. The kids loved the touch tanks. Jack loved all the buttons he could push. We also enjoyed the Jellies exhibit - always reminds me of my sting in Florida many years ago. The drive home ...

      Thar she blows! Whale watching in Monterey Bay

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Aug 04, 2014

      12 photos

      ... br> We headed out for about an hour and a half onto a huge ridge that runs under the ocean along Monterey Submarine Canyon. This is a great place to view sea-life. The ridge rises from the deep sea bed, fish and plankton are forced up on both sides creating a perfect feeding ground for larger predators. We headed further out and the excitement grew as we caught our first glimpse of a whale. We motored over towards the water spout ...

      Idaho to Oregon

      A travel blog entry by brenross on Jul 10, 2014

      3 comments, 33 photos

      ... monster for miles up the valley. The valley
      today looks like a detonated mine field. There were three dredges, one of which
      they dismantled and shipped off to Peru
      to do it all again.

      Back to the Fossil Beds: the scenery here is unique. So many hills are peaked or cone shaped; their colours are: brown, red, green, purple, yellow, grey blue. I’m trying to go around the ...

      The Road Most Travelled (1974)

      A travel blog entry by lizonya on Jun 28, 2014

      8 photos

      ... months earlier, I’m sharing a 5-bedroom house with Mooch and six other females during my last year at Michigan State University. We all pitch in $7 a week for food, and take turns cooking a meal each evening. On the fridge, we have a chart of our daily chores, which we rotate every week. Mooch is an old fashioned, longhaired brunette, with brown rim glasses, whom I’m not crazy ...