Bella Notte - The Inn at East Cliff
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the surf while Dan was trying to teach me how to read the waves and the rules of surfing. Surfers in these spots can get very territorial and don't take kindly to people coming in and stealing waves! Just as Dan was filling me in on this a row broke out as one guy dropped in on another guys wave. All you could hear was swearing and shouting. Very amusing!
We drove the car back to the motel and decided to walk down the pier, which had some cool little trinket shops and ...
... to die. And all for pizza!
Well pizza is one thing. I do miss good pizza. I love California and all my friends and my life here in Monterey. But home is home, and I have friends and family back east that I miss, and I'm ready to retire and go back. This is going to be a record of my travels because my friends seem interested and since I'm making this long trip alone this travel blog will give ...
... really looking forward to that one) full of old planes, cars, bombs, rockets and memorabilia. After lunch( which was large enough to feed a small nation - and it was just a sandwich ) Julia suggested a more scenic route to Carmel by the Sea - more direct were the words I think I heard. It looks straight on the map she says!!!!! So we turned of at Greenfield along the Carmel Valley Road. 2.5 hours later after 4375 curves and switchbacks we arrived at ...
... the US Coast Guard. So we saw it standing there and saw the lighthouse with the clouds and the waves. It’s 150 ft above sea level
Why does a lighthouse flash? In case you were for 4 days in a fog and finally see lighthouse – how would you know which part of the coast you are at? So each lighthouse had a unique pattern of flashes per minute or unique colors. Pigeon point flashes ...
... we ventured out as it was a lovely harbour together with a small fishing town.
Managed to spot some of the local wildlife before deciding on a restaurant to have a bite to eat.
As we were by the sea it was seafood all the way, Nic had crab ravioli and Jon had the Fisherman's Platter consisting of half a crab, prawns, scallops and a crab cake.
Bit of a schoolboy error by Jon ...