Lovers Point Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... will travel across country to get their cars serviced there! Anyway, we dropped off the car, picked up a loaner, and ran some errands. Then, met our property manager for our rental house out here for lunch. When my dad passed away about seven years ago, we rented out the house starting about six months later. Then, later we went over to our house to take a peek. We had not been in that house for about six years since we cleaned it out. Oh yeah, my dad bordered on hoarder, ...
... of flaking paint and steel. We made our way around the cells and through to the yard outside where 1 hour of outside time was allowed a day. This area bore the brunt of the cold harsh winds that battered the island and many of the inmates would cherish this very Hour in the outside world, enjoying what little sunshine and sky that they could get. We went to the library, visitation room and the kitchen area where many many inmates ...
... time to move further south. Monetary Bay would be our home for the evening. We entered the city limits near sunset so cheap motels were our end goal. The first couple motels we pulled into were booked and the possibility of not sleeping in a warm bed were beginning to seep into our thoughts. I walked into our third motel office to ask for price and availability. They had availability... but for ...
... and Mexican presence and we navigated our way around this busy city to some of them. By accident we found our way into the Presidio Army Base, but someone passing by helped us find where we wanted to go.
A must see on our visit here was obviously Pebble Beach Golf Links, America's number 1 public course. From Monterey you begin '17 Mile Drive', one of the most scenic drives in the world. You pay as you enter of ...
... I’m driving a stick over here! Halfway across the intersection is not the time to stop and think if that’s really where you want to go. Squirrels do that, and we know how it ends for them. For the love!) I ended up on Route 1 heading south towards Big Sur. The views along the highway are to die for! I drove down as far as the famous bridge, then headed back.
On the way back I stopped at Point Lobos State Reserve ...