Edgewater Beach Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and swimming underneath us. We walked along Cannery Row and went to lunch at a really cool restaurant the Cannery Row brew house. We had delicious french onion soup and burgers with onion rings. After lunch Erin took us to a beautiful surf beach in Carmel by the sea. The houses are just gorgeous and we loved this place. We sat on the beautiful sand watching Brooklyn chase a ball. Then it was time ...
... was the Monterey Bay aquarium. I hesitated about going, but the aquarium does amazing work with both injured animals and promoting environmental awareness. In fact, one of my favourite exhibits was artwork by artists who use recycled materials to create their art. The kids loved the touch tanks. Jack loved all the buttons he could push. We also enjoyed the Jellies exhibit - always reminds me of my sting in Florida many years ago. The drive home ...
... side of the bay. We then crossed over the Golden Gate Bridge and into the downtown area where we drove around for a bit, stopped to get lunch at a decent vegan spot, but then pushed on towards Santa Cruz. In Santa Cruz we had organized to stay at the HI Hostel, which turned out to be the nicest hostel we had ever been to. Only a few blocks from the ocean and downtown, the hostel is comprised of a few small cottages each with a few bathrooms, a dining area, and ...
... supposed to live here... (I guess not surprising about Bing, but the others could have waved at the very least) and it is said that Gene Hackman sold his pile for $79 million last year. Ho hum. Driving back via a gas station and the largest Target Store we could find (Jette's camera lens cap has gone walkabout) was an adventure in itself. It seems that all the clothes this year in the US are different hues of neon. Just picture if you will, the average XXXL body ...
... follow a red line all the way around the Pacific coast. The ocean views are magnificent and a map shows points of interest to stop at along the way. One Stop is to view a Lone Cypress tree growing on a rocky outcrop, and it has survived the elements for more than 250 years.
Everywhere you look there are golf courses, in fact there are 17 in the area, but the drive takes you directly to Pebble Beach and its grand ...