Red Roof Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... them and they can be used over and over....so our doubts about spending $40 each to go were no more. We'd heard how cool it was there and it had a kelp forest...but $40 each is kind of crazy (even though it does go towards funding research etc so I guess it is worth it).
It was only about a mile away but we had to park a 5 minute walk away to get free all day parking. On the way there we went past a beach that you are not allowed on and we were told not to kayak too close to ...
... made his day to have met someone who has connections with Doris Day.
We return to the hotel for lunch and spend the rest of the afternoon around the pool as it is now warm and sunny.
In the evening we return to Fisherman`s Wharf. It is a lovely warm evening so we walk to the pier and watch the boats as the sun sets before eating at the Big Fish restaurant overlooking the sea. The food was excellent, great ...
... hedges. It even has a bowling green. The TV show 'Dynasty’ was filmed here. Inside, the mansion is adorned with expensive decorations, art, chandeliers, marble and exotic wood throughout every room, hallway and veranda. Every room exudes opulence! The guy who built it, owned a gold mine on the richest vein in California (now, it’s a national historic site).
Things we learned: After a meal, the ladies ...
... in bed, the popcorn fairy came to visit (Papa always makes the popcorn for movies) and off to bed.
Sunday, April 26: Lilly woke us at 6:30 saying, "I've been awake for an hour but didn't want to wake you up too early!" Yikees! This time, Lilly brought books into our bed and she read to us - she's really growing up! We had breakfast, played paper dolls and had a little "pillow fight" time with Papa. Lilly ...
So we left Bakersfield nice and early and headed out on the road to Monterey where we will be staying for the next 2 nights. We had decided to cut across country on I-46 so that we could pick up the Pacific coast highway. We have heard so many good things about this road that we felt we had to give it a go.
It was a beautiful day and again the views on I-46 where amazing, with vineries and almond groves lining the road as we drove through the beautiful mountain backdrop. ...