Monterey Surf Inn
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We awoke to open the curtains to a heavy cloud and light rain overlooking the 17th fairway so all the golfers looked wet and despondent just like at home. It is amazing how standing naked at you bedroom window can put people off their swing! We then found our wet weather gear and set off for Carmel in search of their old mayor. We searched high and low but all we found was a ...
... he could upgrade me to a black 2015 convertible mustang GT kick ass piece of American automotive engineering...
Jack lost it. Last week he drove a $500 million dollar ship...today he was more excited to be in a convertible car. (Just like Mr. Dinner and Mr. Pasemko drive...except newer and faster...and less mid-life crisisy)
Unbelievably fun was the rest of the day. Jenn will fill you in on the spectacular Monterey Aquarium, ...
After a short "get oriented" run this morning, we had a nice room-service breakfast then headed across the street to find out about renting bikes. Contrary to advice given by one to-be-unnamed daughter, there is actually good biking along 17 Mile Drive, so we rented a couple of road bikes and headed out on the Monterey Bay Recreation trail that runs from about 25 miles north of Monterey to about 4 miles west.
... 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 ...
... Yikes! I don’t have enough money to pay our bill.”
“We don’t have any money either,” they admit.
A moment later, someone taps my shoulder. I turn around, and see a kind-looking, redheaded man, about 30 years old, with a beard, and a smile.
“I was sitting in the booth behind you, and I overheard your conversation,” he says. ...