Monterey Surf Inn
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... 23,000,000 I don't think there were any takers on our bus. We passed by one of California's most famous views at The Lone Cypress. This ancient tree stands guard over a spectacular stretch of coastline.
Our next stop was at the world famous Pebble Beach Golf Links. Many consider this the most beautiful golf course in the world. The clubhouse and hotel are on the 18th green. This private club has a very limited uber ...
... like a tank in comparison to my little Percy...!!!! Anyway, got confident pretty fast and the views on this part of the road trip were just absolutely out of this world! Popped in to a few coastal towns like Morro Bay (seashell heaven!), Cambria for lunch time walk and Mexican food. We stopped to see the Seals somewhere in the middle of nowhere and if you think I'm lazy on a Sunday after a night out, these things top it at least 10 times. ...
... The entire trip was mountainous with remarkably sharp drops to the sea. The scenery is spectacular and the weather was perfect. It took 15 days with stops in Morro Bay, Carmel, Monterey, San Jose, San Francisco, Fort Bragg, Eureka, Newport, Portland, Coeur D'Alene and Fernie. Then, we stopped at Calgary, Ponoka and Edmonton to drop off "stuff" for the grandkids.
On the way to Morro Bay, we toured: The Getty Villa ...
Monday, April 20: Lilly goes to school until 3:00 every day, so our mornings are pretty free to do what we like/need to do. Today, Carol was working on the blog and Fred was looking for a shoe horn. Carol thought it was in the "junk drawer" - that is where everything gets put if you don't know where else to put it. Fred stood there for a few minutes and I asked what he was doing. "I'm trying to decide if it's worth it to ...
... seal heads pooping up all over the place accompanied by loud honking especially during the night. It is particularly noticeable as we have the Windows open-a blessed relief from air conditioning which has left me wheezing.
Today was a magical day. in the morning we left our five star hotel to do the famous seventeen mile drive up the Pacific Coast to a delightful small very expensive little town called Carmel. ...