BEST WESTERN De Anza Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... up at Asilomar Beach; just a few minutes drive away, and fought against the crazy winds to get a spot in the sand dunes. The wind had picked up so much and it was like sitting in a very cold sand storm. We stayed until sunset, which was beautiful as ever, then quickly scampered out of there!
The next day we hit Cannery Row, which is the main shopping town located on the waterfront. It used to be home to a number of Sardine Canneries and was renamed to Cannery ...
Monday we'd earmarked to go to the aquarium in Monterey, with Joan and her daughter Karen.
As Karen lives in the area, she gets a season ticket to this fabulous place and this also allows guests to come in with her.
First display to take our eye was the sea otter enclosure, and they were being fed. How fascinating to watch them lie on their backs while ...
... last stretch to San Francisco where we arrived at about 5:30pm. Well this concludes our drive up Pacific Coast Highway, and yet again it's something I want to do again as I feel I only scratched the surface of this place. It felt good to be able to go at our own pace and chill out a bit, having some time in the countryside which is a part of America I've never seen. Oh and I haven't said anything about our car!! We had booked a convertible from LA airport back on Monday after ...
... Message to Dad, you would love it here and really enjoy the experience of travelling up on highway 1 is a remarkable journey, the pacific seems so huge and you can see whales and dolphins blowing off air from the highway as you journey North. It's a really pleasant drive up the highway 1, the sea to our left looks massive, vey calm and fishing boats dotted around all over the place. Heading up the coast road takes 3 hours to cover 143 ...
... around .. We paid the fee ($10 - juuuust fyi) found a parking spot and did some walking around - looking totally out of place, I might add, but, you know that saying - fake it until you make it! And that we did! We sauntered down to the Pebble Beach restaurant area and were able to choose from three different ones! We chose ‘The Bench’, as some obviously very important guy standing around informed us that it was more ‘casual dining’ - bingo ! just what ...