Motel 6 Salinas North - Monterey Area
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... Co (Dur)
- Local brewpub with very tasty food, $2 pints on special
- BBQ in an incredible setting, plus comforty smoked turkey open faced
- Simple deli sandwiches in surreal Ouray
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We start the days with a visit to the mission in Carmel http://www.carmelmission.org/. A beautiful example of the missions that were established by Catholic priests for religious and military purposes. A very nice place to spend an hour or two to enjoy the calm. Although the ...
... at school?) but I still enjoyed touching the rays (which we nicknamed Charles and Wilkins) and anemones. Outside we could borrow binoculars and I spotted a sea otter. The motel was a little way out but nearby there was the Crazy Horse restaurant, which served salad, which N was craving. I found the menu a bit confusing but still ordered a burger with the local Monterey Jack ...
... perhaps the more interesting of the two to visit. With more to see and do, and Monterey has the Old Fisherman's Wharf where I've just had one of the best Italian lunches I've ever had, and that includes in Italy itself. We sat by the water and watched the Seals and Sea Lions and also watched the cold fog come in. We then took a drive on 17 mile road that passes along the coast through the famous cedars by Pebble Beach Golf Course. Time to plan our next ...
... just outside of Santa Cruz. It was discovered in 1939 and opened in 1940.The operators of the small site (which is about 150 feet in diameter) claim that it is a place where the laws of physics and gravity do not apply and provide a number of demonstrations in support of these claims, where water seems to flow upwards, people seem to be standing in slanted positions etc. It was something different and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.