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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Redwood tree! I will also say that the forests themselves were very cold and damp feeling. When it was about 70 degrees out in the city, it was almost 20 degrees cooler under the shade of the giant Redwoods. Most of the trees we came across were over 200 feet tall and a good many more were closer to 300 feet! The largest one we came across was simply called "The Big Tree" and he was 304 feet tall and 21 feet in diameter! After taking a bazillion ...
... eco friendly let's preserve fish life in all its wonders' ethos of the aquarium. The film of the otter cub Luna was heartwarming and we followed it with the otter feeding session. It was a little over-crowded, but we were still able to see the otters as they were fed and put through their paces. They really seem to have their own characters and were having fun together playing with some 'toys' in their tank. There is a viewing terrace outside which we explored. I was ...
... sharing the road with Californian drivers is officially unpleasant. Apparently a safe driving distance is calculated in feet not car lengths in the state and speed is governed by G forces rather than sign posts but we survived and are very glad we decided to avoid the interstates and see the coastal beauty. Tomorrow it's back to the city as we head north to San Francisco. Love Bec and Barney ...
... spent a few hours scouring the interesting shops and just taking it all in.
Monterey Bay is filled with kayakers, yachts, scuba tours and plenty of whale watching boats, making it a sight to see from the boardwalk. Fisherman's Wharf is also a hive of activity with all its seafood eateries and novelty shops. We relaxed over a coffee at 'Crepes of Brittany' which got a good write up in the Lonely Planet. A floating ...
... times just for the day. Mom and Dad would set up camp for us on the beach (by camp, I mean coolers, umbrellas, towels etc) and we would boogie board in the ocean and take breaks going up to the Boardwalk to play games or go on rides or purchase delicious/nutritious snacks like cotton candy, corn dogs & chocolate dipped ice creams.
Today was a different story, it being February the boardwalk ...