Red Roof Inn Monterey
Travel Blogs from Monterey
It is back in a hire car and out of San, Fran we head on big freeways some ten lanes wide with multiple storeys. Larry negotiates them with the ease of an experienced American driver and I am less nervous than from L.A. We marvel at the state of American roads, now knowing that Roosevelt implemented them following the traditions of …
... our boats. The boat continued working on down the lane to her slip. The drag from the pot was finally too much and she could go no further. Her crew tied her up across the end of two empty slips as a bunch of us figured out what to do.
Bob and Rick used boathooks to grab the line. They pulled it up and tied it off between our boats and the dock. Someone called the harbormaster. When he showed up he grabbed the line on ...
... 70 to 85. We then took Highway 1 and when it hit the coast the scenery was much mor interesting - but not yet breathtaking. We went pas that turnoff to Hearst Castle, having decided the boys would not find it that fun (all the Americans had been telling us we must go, but from the guidebook it looked like it was a garish amalgamation of classical European architecture, fine for Americans who will never see the real thing). Much more fun ...
... apple cinnamon caramel crepe. After we finished, we left and walked around the Fisherman's Wharf. We went into a toy shop where I bought a license plate that said "Catherine". Then we left and found a bike shop where we got a four person bike. We rode it for so long. We kept chanting "we are the Flintstones!". Then after about 2 hours we headed back and saw that we biked for too long and got a ticket. We drove to Carmel which took only ...
... others fighting (practicing for later when they have to impress females and defend their haram).
They are called elephant seals because of thier nose. It's hard to describe but males of around 10years have a trunk or snout of some sort that really looks like a snout of an elephant.
I've never seen or even heard of that species of ...
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