Travelodge Monterey Bay
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the farther north we drove, the thicker the foliage appeared…AND the trees got a lot bigger. Just south of Leggett, CA stands the world famous “Drive through Redwood” (Chandelier Tree) 315ft tall, 21ft diameter and 2400yrs old.
Fort Bragg, CA: We stayed at the Vista Manor Lodge. This is where the coastline gets very rugged - the shoreline is peppered with huge boulders and rock outcroppings. ...
... Laurie trip unless we wind up somewhere weird. In Paris, we toured the sewers. In the southwest, we went to Marfa, TX. In California, we decided to drive another 3/4 mile from our hotel to visit one of it's more famous neighbors......San Quentin Prison!!
I ran across a weird attractions website and it seems that San Quentin has a museum and an inmate craft store. The museum is only open on Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 4. And ...
... great day. It was really nice to see. Even walking down the wharf you could feel the atmosphere. It was great to be part of it. We had done some research to find out where the parade and a few concerts were being held in the town. But, nothing was coming up about fireworks. The closest thing to is was Monterey Park, just a six hour drive down to LA. After finding nothing we asked a waitress who told us it's now illegal to have fireworks in the town due to people's houses catching ...
... along the road.
Pebble Beach: There is a 17 mile (toll) road you can drive around Pebble Beach. You get to drive through some of the golf courses on this peninsula which were amazing. I would send my ball into the ocean everytime. I was disappointed that we really did not see much of the actual Pebble Beach Golf Course that you see on TV. The coast line there is quite stunning.
Ed Ricketts, biologist and Steinbeck’s good friend and the inspiration for the character
Doc from Cannery Row and Sweet Thursday. This bust is on the site where he died in
his car being struck by the evening train.