- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... It was truly breathtaking seeing all the animals iv taught about at the Seymour Center in their natural habitat. We were lucky to interact with a playful harbor seal, a lovely mama sea lion and countless plump sea hares. Visibility was 20-25 and it was simply a gorgeous day above and below the water. Two more dives next Thursday and I'm ready for some international dives in the Philippines with my Mal and ...
... took eight of us about six days to clean out the house! Anyway, the house looks pretty good. We met the tenants, and toured the house. The rooms look bigger when you don't have lots of furniture in each room like my folks did. It was good seeing the house again. Nice memories!
We also went for a drive into Carmel Valley and stopped by Rancho Canada, the semi-private course that my dad belonged to. Course looks pretty good!
Tonight, dinner with the fam again ...
... lives. With constant access to kitchen equipment, guards were sometimes required to step to stop inmate fighting. If you were put in isolation you had no contact to the world, no contact with the light and no contact with humans. We felt sad and empty knowing that these men endured such harsh conditions compared to what prisoners have in today's time. We ended our journey in the gift shop. Where we met a former prisoner. This ...
... 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 ...
... follow a red line all the way around the Pacific coast. The ocean views are magnificent and a map shows points of interest to stop at along the way. One Stop is to view a Lone Cypress tree growing on a rocky outcrop, and it has survived the elements for more than 250 years.
Everywhere you look there are golf courses, in fact there are 17 in the area, but the drive takes you directly to Pebble Beach and its grand ...