El Castell Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Monterey, wow what a beautiful place! After weeks of desert landscapes, the sight of the ocean, white sand and lush green golf courses everywhere was just what the doctor ordered!
The sardine canning business was Monterey's lifeblood for the first half of the 20 th century and the huge old cannery buildings are now converted into …
... coastline interspersed with houses costing millions of dollars. Then came the biggest thrill of all-a whale watch. The boat captain said it could happen that we would see nothing but he had. , high hopes of seeing whales as some had been spotted out in the bay.
To prove him right we were treated to a show like no other. The whales were breeching all around us.
It was an event that I wouldn't have missed for the ...
... stop to whale watch we went to a waterfall which is the only one in the world which falls directly into the sea. Next we drove to Monterey via the richest town in the states, Carmel. In Monterey we split into two groups: Matt went sea kayaking for 2 hours where he was able to get up close and personal with sea lions and albatross' he came back with a very wet bum; while Matt was off getting ...
... to a table tennis bat, only a little bit random! We would flip the card on our table which says STOP FOREST STOP, if the waiter is required, then flip it over to RUN FOREST RUN, if their service is not required. During the evening we kept flipping the sign, to see their reactions! Some were quicker than others, guys were certainly quicker than the girls retrieving higher tips. It also kept us and them highly entertained the whole ...
... supposed the wilder part of this drive:
Today's portion has less specific items to see - in reality only Julia Pfeiffer State Park and the McWay Falls. Pictures will come later of this as well as from the drive.
The drive itself is around 160km, and most of the time clings to the mountainside. Speed limit is around ...