Americas Best Value Stage Coach Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Stage Coach Lodge Monterey
Although very basic, Stage Coach Lodge is a perfect place to stay a night or two as you explore the Monterey area. Nice and comfortable beds, ok bathroom, a small in-room safe, and courtyard parking - this covers your basic needs. The lodge is a 20 minute walk from Fisherman's Warf which is a better bet for decent food than Cannery Row.
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... pool and hot tub for a few hours. Headed to downtown Monterey and walked around Cannery Row. Saw some sea otters. Had dinner at Tico Taco (so so) and got dessert at Nestle Toll House. Luke fell asleep before we got to Trader Joes. JP fell asleep when we got back. Both were ...
... A tour guide informed us that pups were born a month ago and went from 70lbs to 300lbs during that time. Amazingly the females don’t eat for a month and lose ½ of their weight while nursing their pups. Now, their mothers are returning to the sea and abandoning their young. These pups don’t know how to swim nor hunt – 50% will starve, 20% will drown and 20% will be eaten by sharks or killer whales. ...
... the exact reason why we did want to spent anymore time here that a couple hours. After a homemade sandwich we drove up to the top of a hill over-looking Geraldton to a WW1 war memorial. Surprisingly interesting considering where it is, we were half expecting the memorial to be a budget plaque. Continuing north we drove through Leusens National Park to have a look at the wild flowers. We were a few weeks out of season so didn't quite get the full effect of what this must be like when ...
... while to get the sand off, but it was worth it to see the kids having so much fun. Soon the road passes through the lands John Steinbeck described: lush farmlands that drew thousands of unemployed to California during the Depression. The land is still drawing people stuck in bad economic situations. Mostly Mexican migrants work these fruit fields now around Salinas now. Porta-potties on site here were hard fought for by the UFW in the 1970's. ...
... 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 ...