Travelodge Monterey Bay
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Monterey Bay
Travel Blogs from Monterey
... expensive golf courses and some lovely nature sights. On our way back to the hotel we stopped in at an antique mall that was overwhelmingly full of so many different things from vintage signs, advertisements, china, diamond rings and wedding dresses plus a million other things. ...
... all the kids quiet down and listen - what a great talent to have. Home in Carmel for another delicious dinner, glass of wine with our favorite daughter-in-law and early to bed.
Friday, April 24: Today we took the car to get fixed. It's all covered by insurance but they didn't think they could get it done in a day, so we had to rent a car. Fred took care of that and we had plenty of time to pick ...
... best stops we made was at Pescadero, which had a stunning beach and views over the pacific. It also had a small village slightly inland which we drove to, and picked up some fresh local strawberries in the store. A lady in a wine shop down the road recommended a goats cheese farm to us, apparently just around the corner, so we paid that a visit and thank god we did as the cheese was delicious! All kinds of variety on this tiny farm. We had a quick sample and then hit the road ...
... Clint Eastwood as a mayor. It is an amazingly dog-friendly town - Ann would approve! Lots of artsy bohemian types live there and there are wonderful galleries. I stopped at one which had some beautiful statues - fell in love with a bronze statue that was a mere $2800.00 - its in my suitcase now (yeah right!). One place had 75% off (things were reduced from $10,000 to 2000! Our driver had told us that the deli there did great sandwiches for a fraction of the ...
... my interest. The end of the tours marks the end of my time in the Monterey/Carmel area. My next (and final stop), San Francisco. I hop into my little Fiat and start driving along the PCH again. For the next two hours I enjoy watching the sun slowly fall into the ocean, where I take a short detour to Half Moon Bay, to see it dip below for the rest of the night leaving behind a deep oranged-rouge behind in the sky. A few hours later, ...