Monterey Surf Inn
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We were pretty toasty after a few hours so drove around to Asilomar Beach again for half hour so Dan could go body surfing. He only caught the one then the cold got the better of him. It was a relaxed day all round and that evening we just chilled and made a really nice pasta meal. It makes such a different to have a kitchen and cook decent food.
Today we certainty left the best for last and drove the scenic 17-Mile Drive route through Pebble Beach and Pacific ...
... an excited kid seeing them dive and then to have them close enough to hear them "sing" was fantastic.
All to soon the skipper had to return to the wharf area, but we were escorted part of the way by playful dolphins darting around.
To end off this lovely day Paul and I had a delicious fish and chip lunch with free calamari.
Thank you Monterey peninsula.
... guest $495 for a round of golf. Least expensive 1 bedroom = $865 per night, most expensive (2 bedroom) $3725 per night.
Leaving the Lodge, just down the road to Carmel by the Sea (village), 4000 population. Very trendy and quaint - had lunch here.
Dropped off at ...
... foggy and cooler- missing the warm.
Late night having Italian and creeps for pudding so a bit of a sleep in. The queue for the Monterey Aquarium was ginormous. Maybe we are getting a bit weary but all agreed to move on without too much heartbreak. There followed a series of anti-climaxes- "Lovers Leap" can't see the attraction, "17 Mile Drive" apart from one lovely Pacific Beach utterly mediocre and as private land ...
... was a certain familiar smell and sound that reminded me of SeaWorld (f*** SeaWorld)... upon looking closer, my dad realized that there were also seals and sea lions on the base of the rock! How exciting is that, live seals and sea lions! They smelled fishy and were rather noisy, but adorable and awesome. It was such a beautiful sight and I even took out my binoculars to view them more closely. What a treat that was. Within a short while ...