Laurel Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Hatch green chilies
- Touristy spot, catering to all appetites
- Local New Mexican cuisine, great food in an outdoor setting
- Pantry Restaurant (SF)
- Local New Mexican cuisine, known for green chile and breakfast ...
... excellent views. After further review, I agree with my friend Dustin who said it was the best drive in the continental U.S. We certainly can’t argue with that. The hikes also had incredible views as long as they led to the beach, but the hikes to the beach were not all that exciting and didn’t provide us with a whole lot of beauty to observe. It is a must-drive area, but not necessarily a must-hike - the views of the ocean are where it’s at.
... yes, the Esalen Massage. They train for 3 years to learn the methods. It was so relaxing and he worked muscles that had not been worked for a long time and they needed it. I will definitely go back when I return to the Bay Area. It is absolutely worth the price for the treat of that massage.
After, I stayed around the baths for 30 minutes or so, I showered, washed my hair with ...
Today we head a little further south to explore Monterey, the home of the famous Aquarium, we walk along the waterfront, having parked up our home and venture the mile walk to the Aquarium, walking round this huge site takes most of the day, we break out for lunch and return... It is also the one day in the year that all the Harley Davidsons and like bikes gather her for a parade, Iain even spotted the same motorbike he used to have, much to his ...
... Randolph Hearst released many exotic animals into the grounds of Hearst Castle which is now run & maintained by the state.
At the south end of the Big Sur we came across a beach filled with Elephant Seals, never seen anything like it before. There was a wildlife officer there explaining all about them it was fascinating. The Rook which covered about 6miles, was all adolescent males, who had swam from the Artic to molt (shed ...