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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Today's journey had big expectations, as we continued up the spectacular west coast on Highway 1. Morro Bay was the first stop - a quaint seaside town, where we found our first giant elephant seals after hearing their cry as we walked down to the harbour. Shell Shop visit for Dawid, but to be honest the shop could have been in Charmouth! Another …
... people hoping to spot wildlife or just fish. We decided to take a break and walk along to the end as there were a lot of people gathered there peering into the water. Many had binoculars or cameras. Just as we arrived and before we could get a camera out the tail fin of a humpback whale appeared out of the water. Wow. The whale continued to patrol the bay popping up every now and again but not where you expected it to so getting a good photo was ...
... the water. We couldn't quite believe our luck when blow hole spray revealed a further four humpbacks in the waters surrounding us. At various points the whales were pretty close to the boat giving us a feel for their sheer size - 15 to 25 metres. It was so wonderful watching them glide through the waters - the minutes passed by at lightning speed! Eventually the captain told us that we'd be making tracks into new waters to look for some other animals, and so we motored on again in the ...
... the dirt road off the main road there was sign saying CAUTION, this road is a 4x4 road only. Well we handy come this far on our travels not be be up for a challenge, albeit a challenge that could leave us stuck somewhere in a hot gorge somewhere not being found for days! It was a 13km dirt track not fit for cattle but somehow we made it to the stopping point and enjoyed views from a ridge that gave you stunning views down the down itself. I must admit I was relieved to have returned back ...
Following Nea,s advice we are trying this idea if a blog on TravelPod but I think we may have created a monster with all the pics!!...cant help myself!!! What do you think?
Yesterday was one of those days we didn’t want to end. We
spent the morning kayaking through interconnecting lakes overlooked by one of Oregon’s
extinct volcanos ...