Pacifica Motor Inn
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... to Monterey. A small compact town, green and studded with architecture modelled on European / English cottages. A town full of personality, with art galleries, unique gift shops, eateries, and neat hilly streets. So picturesque! We browsed through the main streets, took some photos of the city hall that Clint Eastwood used to be Mayor in and then proceeded to San Francisco. By this point and after 2 days on the road, ...
... if it wasn't populated by a wide variety of "protected" gulls. Seriously, we have enough gulls in Cornwall to go around; they don't need to be protected elsewhere. Apart from that I had a great day, saw the whole island and all the buildings this time plus another demonstration of how the doors work (it's so cool, although I'm beginning to suspect I'm the only one who thinks that - gears are involved and everything, meaning a door can't be opened however ...
... Pete and Darlene, our group leaders. After that we had wine and shared an appetizer in the hotel bar. Karen and Bella called to wish John a happy Father's Day and we each talked to them a while.
Orientation began at 5:30 PM with a welcome and self-introductions of 33 participants. Several people were registered for this program last year when the national parks were closed because of the ...
... delicacies. Other favoured cuisines include Japanese,
Spanish, Italian and plenty of vegan or vegetarian options; consult
residents and local travel guides for up-to-the-minute suggestions.
Travellers looking for a bite to eat on the run should head to the Ferry
Building at the eastern end of Market Street. Enjoy a view of the Bay
Bridge as you try a $5 cup of Clam Chowder, and wander the many small
... s a struggle climbing into and through the submarine when holding onto George! But we manage, and everyone seemed to enjoy the experience as something quite different. Coming out, we walk into the Musee Mechanique and I limit the kids to only a couple of games with quarters, as we don’t want to spend too long in here.
Coming out, we keep heading towards Pier 39, getting there just as dusk falls. We walk along the pier ...