Americas Best Value Stage Coach Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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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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Good morning Monterey. The Stagecoach Lodge is a typical American motel; a 2 story building wrapped around a parking lot and anchored at the entrance by the hotel office and a tiny pool.
On the left side of the parking lot, the modern day choice of a Californian driver; a Prius. Seriously!?
Good thing the European brought a more …
Good morning California. As can be expected, the Bay area is a bit cold and wind, but nevermind - we're Southern California bound :-)
First stop, Palo Alto for breakfast with Andreas colleague Robin. Joanie's Cafe serves some great food in the middle of what turns out to be the the weekly farmers market. So, for breakfast in Palo Alto - …
... Seals, sea lions, pelicans and all sorts of other birds were in abundance and everywhere to be seen, but the best of all was the wild sea otter we saw feeding on some mussels under the pier then floating out on his back to munch his way through them. He was so cool to watch and literally a couple of feet down from us. Seals were swimming all around the sea otter and a couple of sea lions were chilling right underneath the deck. We have never seen so much activity like ...
... Sea - all very pricey even for old small houses.
All the coast line is very rocky, lots of kelp in the sea, some harbour seals on the rocks. Lots of golf courses, deer come onto these. The public always has access to the coast - no houses allowed to the waterline.
... highway and found some matches so we could cook our breakfast, next to the sea while we waited for the fog to lift. We made our way to Monterey slowly, stopping at the famous McWay waterfall at Big Sur, then going to Pfeiffer beach which has purple sand, as well as normal coloured sand, and having a photo opportunity at bixby bridge before spending some time exploring point Lobos, a nature reserve with marine mammals and birds and more tide pooling.