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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Spent the night at the Fairmont at the airport in a deeeluxe room as Granny from the Beverly Hillbillies would say. That bathtub was HUGE and would hold everyone we know plus the air sea rescue guys who would need to get us out! We had the bright idea that an overnight at the airport would make for a less stressful travel day. And you know what? We were right! We all piled into Sherlock to head out and we had a lovely dinner, joined by Trevor's lifetime friend, ...
... she had no idea she was so focused on her work (or deaf). But we chuckled for a few seconds and then continued on our way until we came to sea lion cove where we saw a hundred sea lions sprawled out over all the rocks as well as a few otters swimming nearby. The reviews did not lie this place was truly special. It was even a little bit foggy and all the houses raised up in the mountains in the distance were slightly covered giving the whole view ...
... literally) at Bubba Gump's shrimp restaurant. We also looked out at the sea for a while, at all the seals. Such a nice little town! Once we'd enjoyed seeing a bit of Monterey, we pushed on to our final destination of the day... Carmel-By-The-Sea. OH WOW. Now this place is CLASSY. Too classy for this little lady from Croydon! But seriously, it is B-E-A-U-TIFUL. It is basically a more classier version of Monterey. Monterey is lovely, but it is ...
... It was truly breathtaking seeing all the animals iv taught about at the Seymour Center in their natural habitat. We were lucky to interact with a playful harbor seal, a lovely mama sea lion and countless plump sea hares. Visibility was 20-25 and it was simply a gorgeous day above and below the water. Two more dives next Thursday and I'm ready for some international dives in the Philippines with my Mal and ...
... to leave the lovely Pismo beach, the kids turned up in 70's style low riding chopper style sit down tricycles that they hired. Very cool
We drove from to Pismo to Carmel over the Big Sur.
Hairy, scary heights 5,000 ft above sea level we drove the 60 miles across the Big Sur. I was just glad that we were going north and on the inside of the mountains because my fear of driving high weren't helped when we saw lots ...