Econo Lodge Monterey Fairgrounds
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... on Maui. Had to be careful not to look back and forth too much as I began to feel a little woozy. The road is really narrow, one lane each way with not much shoulder and in some places no shoulder and corners right up against the rock on one side and drop off to the ocean on the other. Speed was 55 most of the time. We passed a bunch of crazy cyclists going south. What a hairy ride that would be. Inland side was the same dry ...
... parking up we wandered past the restored canneries buildings that have been converted into shops and eateries along Cannery Row. It has a very relaxed, shabby chic feel and we enjoyed pottering slowly towards the aquarium.
We reached the vast Monterey Bay Aquarium and with pre-booked tickets happily in hand went past the long ticket queues to the entrance. We had chosen possibly the busiest day of the year to visit the Aquarium - a Sunday at the start of August. It ...
We still had things we wanted to see in San Francisco so we didn't actually leave town till this afternoon. We checked out of our hotel after breakfast; the hotel would let us keep our car parked there till the official checkout time, noon.
We walked past Fisherman’s Wharf (mostly restaurants and a couple of small shops) on our way to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park to see a 3-masted, 1886 square rigger, but the ship was off ...
... fields with irrigation booms that circle them for a
Before we left Idaho we had one last treat: a jet boat ride again on the never ending Snake River through part of Hells Canyon which took us down and then back up a class four rapid. Class five is deemed life threatening. The canyon walls in some parts rise a mile above the water.
Our next experience was ...
After settling the Scamp in, it was mid-afternoon with little time for hiking so we drove further up Highway 1 to Carmel by the Sea and Monterey. I had read a lot of Steinbeck in college, and though my memory is hazy on any details, I knew I wanted to see Cannery Row. First we drove around Carmel for a bit, which is a town straight out of a fairytale book. It surrounds Pebble Beach, which is located on 17-mile-drive, and which you have to pay ...