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 …
What better for breakfast than an hours Kayak viewing sea otters, seals and pelicans. Nice paddling around whilst taking in the views of the shoreline of morro bay. Energised from exercising the arms and eyes we looked for breakfast. No luck for typical breakfasts as places had queues out of the door. So where better? Back to the fish and chip hut. I might struggle to eat cheese and chocolate sprinkles ...
... winter coats during August. In then takes us two hours of motoring up highway one, we stop once to watch a pod of dolphins out in the ocean, but the scenery is stunning. We get to Monterrey for 5.30 and realise that why our hotel is so busy is due to car show and auction, it means that all of the hotels in town are massively sold out, the car park is full of exotic European cars and makes our GMC seem very basic in comparison, we like ...
... unusual captive bird to see. One that I was interested in because one species, unfortunately not the one at the aquarium, has the largest wingspan in the world. And can glide in the skies over long distances by locking their shoulders in place.
After this we grabbed a pizza so we had something to snack on for later, and drove to a mission in Carmel. The mission was beautiful, and they were preparing for ...
... via scenic Carmel and Monterey's 'Cannery Row' (the subject of the John Steinbeck book, which Zoe is reading), before retiring to the hot tub back at base.
Friday 28 March
Friday was a good day. Quite a lot of driving, but the most spectacular so far of the Pacific coast line along Route 1 (or ‘Highway 1’, as the locals call it). We stopped at so many ‘vista points’ we’ve lost count(!). At one vista we were lucky enough ...