Monterey Oceanside Inn
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Clean and comfortable
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After some early morning complimentary coffee and reading in the library, we abandoned our mansion in the desert for the sea. We drove down the famous Cannery Row, no longer known for canning sardines or the antics of characters in a Steinbeck story, but full of tourist shops and restaurants. We parked the car and saddled up for the long wait …
... still undressing from its winter snow cover; although it’s
now mid summer. It’s this type of unpolluted tranquillity of glassed off water
where channels wind through marshes; home to the cutest families of ducks that give
America its very special quality. Our problem in writing is to know where to stop, for
this holiday has been the most relaxed as we drifted from ...
... said my 'thank-you' and begin to walk away. The Indian gentleman behind the desk stopped me as I was mid-exit and asked "How much you pay?" I was suddenly transported back to the streets of Jaipur in India where merchants repeatedly asked for you to name your price. I shot back with $80 with immediate regret I didn't go lower. He accepted without hesitation and we were warm and comfortable for the ...
Most of today was actually spent driving up the PCH making my way to the next stop, Monterey. Since TravelPod makes you choose an actual place, I chose the destination. However, I would have preferred to have chosen Pacific Coast Highway, but alas I digress.
Stunning. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Mesmerising. Breathtaking. These words barely sum up the incredible view that lay before me asI drove on the PCH from Santa Barbara to ...
... Yelp. Served buffet style;we tucked into eggs, bacon, sausage toast and loads of fruit.it was great. A couple of cups of coffee and we are all ready to head back to the falls. It's now 8.00am. Whilst driving back to the park, I noticed footprints on my windscreen. Not small either, like paw prints. It must have been a raccoon. Brad Pitt checks our tickets at the gate again, and we stopped to fill our bottles at the fountain. We parked our car in parking ...