Red Roof Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... light house next to a grave yard and gold course that people tend to pull up along so this would be our parking spot for the night. A little nervous, we went to the London Underground pub to pass away the evening for some food and drinks (dragging out a sprit is hard here when your always offered refills) .. Back on the road side we got the bed ready in pitch black before going straight to sleep praying no one would find ...
... to hurry him up, let him just enjoy it all. They were good and just wen talking with it.
Gav loved it and he and I walked some of the course to a couple of the holes he wanted to see. He got to see a few ex pros along the way. We got some souvenirs at the pro shop and he got photos of famous golfer lockers in the change rooms.
... stop to whale watch we went to a waterfall which is the only one in the world which falls directly into the sea. Next we drove to Monterey via the richest town in the states, Carmel. In Monterey we split into two groups: Matt went sea kayaking for 2 hours where he was able to get up close and personal with sea lions and albatross' he came back with a very wet bum; while Matt was off getting ...
... was fabulous, and we enjoyed everything .............cuttlefish, jellyfish, big ones like sharks and sunfish, and puffins and penquins, and sea otters swimming on their backs. We put our hands in the touch pools and the staff were excellent and enthusiastic at telling us everything and it was all excellent in the extreme. It's the Farewell Dinner tonight, so we have to get organised for ...
Today we chilled out in Monterey, a lovely coastal town, renowned for whale watching. The sun was shining, it was short weather to be sure. We took a walk down to the pier to enjoy the sea view and were greeted by sea lions squawking their own language. Some swam while others lazily sat on the rock sleeping. Only ever heard of sleeping lions, not the sleeping sea lions! We then took a boat ride out to sea in search of whales. It didn't take ...