Inn By The Bay Monterey
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the 17 mile road for free on a boat! Whilst on the ship we got talking to Tyler the ship hand who laughed at our disappointment (probably thinking we were un grateful) but also offered us a free trip in the morning... We couldn't not take him up on this so we decided to stay in Monterey for the night. Originally once off the boat we were going to drive the 17 mile drive whilst watching the sunset but when we arrived ...
... seal heads pooping up all over the place accompanied by loud honking especially during the night. It is particularly noticeable as we have the Windows open-a blessed relief from air conditioning which has left me wheezing.
Today was a magical day. in the morning we left our five star hotel to do the famous seventeen mile drive up the Pacific Coast to a delightful small very expensive little town called Carmel. ...
... thought this was nice - we were about to be shocked. Once hitting the Pacific coast highway and a few miles in we were hit by the smell of the salty sea- it reminded me of home! Then to our left was the ocean right next to us - it was incredible!! We had 100 miles of this before getting to Monterey and all we had to do was sit back and take it all in.
There was something just so special about having the ocean on your left lapping up the beach below and the ...
... but this time go further than on surry. Head along fantastic road hugging coast and stop various times to see hump back whales blowing and breaching....spectacular. Manage about 6 miles with no complaints which made for a really nice ride. Go for lunch at wharf and have cod, prawn and callimari deep fried. Then onto kayaking tour ( including change into wet suits) which is fun. I share a kayak ...
... the centre of downtown San Fran we were soon on our way down the very picturesque California state highway 1 which was mile after mile of wide open empty roads looking out over the Pacific Ocean. After about 2.5 hours we arrived in sleepy Monterey just before sunset, checked into our motel and headed out for a stroll. We headed down to the waterfront and found ...