Comfort Inn Monterey Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Monterey Bay
Nice sized room, comfy bed :)
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... spotted signs saying there was no parking available. Without thinking too much of it, I said we could just continue on and spend some time in Sausalito.
When we got to Sausalito, they were also having some kind of food/art fest and the town was bustling with people. All the parking was taken. People were walking, biking, and milling about everywhere. It was fun to watch, but we were a bit on a time crunch so unable to even ...
... Steinbeck novel Cannery Row. All the buildings are now restaurants and shops etc but there are lots of references to it`s past use with a museum and various exhibits. We have some lovely hot chocolates with whipped cream and salted caramel topping here. It is very interesting place to walk around and well worth a visit.
From here we make the short trip along the coast to Carmel By The Sea where Clint Eastwood used to ...
... and cuddly creatures (some even come in their PJ's), the Dad's make popcorn and a good time is had by all. Josh shows about 5 cartoons before the main movie starts, so we got to see some Road Runner cartoons we haven't seen for years. Great night with the kids.
Saturday, April 25: We were not supposed to go Carmel until 1:00 because Lilly had softball practice in the morning, but it rained during the ...
... We decided to visit this as it was still early and the sun wasn't quite out yet. It was lovely and the otters were definitely our favourite which we left to last. Was good to see a range of fish and sharks too.
After this we decided to go to Bubba Gump Shimp Company for lunch. Neither of us had ever been there for lunch so it was an eye opener. It was set up like any american diner you would expect with a huge choice on the menu for ...
... today was a Quality Inn in the Dunes, near Monterey. Let's see what quality Quality can muster. The suburbs of SF are as grubby and disappointing as most cities and one yearns to escape from the drabness. I have never had to stop for an orange vested street cleaner before, though. He held up a hand and then rushed out in the road in front of me with one of those grab sticks to pick up a bit of litter from the road and looked immensely pleased with himself ...