Pacific Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Monterey
Day 82 - Exploring Monterey We enjoyed a relaxed lie in after a busy few days of early starts. Once up, we spent quite some time hanging out in the kitchen, cooking eggs, testing out different poaching techniques. Delicious on sourdough bread! After a leisurely breakfast, we all donned our sports gear and headed out on bikes to the recreation trail which runs alongside the coast. The bikes, which were for free use as part of the flat, were chopper style with legs in front - not ideal for ...
... After about ten days of seafood I was ready for some Alberta beef!
For a relatively inexpensive trip I highly recommend this route. For the most part accommodations are reasonably priced (except in the San Francisco area), there are lots of interesting places to see and visit and the scenery is breathtaking and second to none. I am glad that we took our time, relaxed with friends and enjoyed each other’s company. All in all, a wonderful experience! ...
... Carol called her brother, he explained: We have large ornamental grasses in front of our house in Foxboro. We left them up all winter, but now, after the hard winter, they are dried out, broken and needed to be cut down so new growth could come in the spring. Skip decided that it would be easier to just burn off the old, dry grass and better for the plants, so he did! He took the picture and sent it to us and now ...
... hostess was very nice and said, "Your table is ready, Lilly. Please follow me." and off we went. Once we sat down, Lilly remembered that she had forgotten her favorite paper doll, Wonder Woman, so Papa walked back with her to get it. The dinner was delightful, Lilly got to bed somewhat on time and we went back to the RV for a good night's rest - a great birthday! ...
... gallon. As we climbed the mountains at Tehachapi I was wondering if it's going to get chilly up there then just before we reached the top it dropped to 50 Deg and the wind was icy and cut through you like a knife. Within a couple of miles I was so cold I had to stop so we could add ...