Pacific Inn Monterey
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... 1958 in honor of a book by John Steinbeck. Monterey itself is a pretty expensive area so we were not really expecting to buy anything much, apart from maybe a coffee.
Cannery Row is a mix of old style and modern buildings with a range of shops from your typical souvenir shop to designer jewellery boutiques. It was a really charming place to walk through, do some window-shopping and point at everything we want but can’t have! At the end of the street we found ...
... But lucky for us it wasn't too packed. We wanted to do an Alcatraz tour, but they were sold out. We took some photos of the rock, and headed around to see the sea lions! They were super loud and smelt real bad but fun to watch (2 were fighting and knocking each other into the water) Left the seals and just decided to walk around Pier 39, tourist shops galore! We were stopped by a guy who was trying to take a ...
... them with David Attenborough babbling in the background so this was new; a great experience. My photos are rubbish but hopefully you'll be able to distinguish between the seals and the rocks.
We pushed on and finally got close to Monteray Bay. First we drove through Carmel which looked delightful, I'd like to visit it properly one day. I sourced a park inland and we headed that way.
... we travelled the length of the Payette
Valley a scenic drive bonded the full way to the Payett River. God, Australians don’t know how much water there is in this country; all trapped for half the
year in reservoirs of snow and then in dams in steep sided canyons. Idaho was once essentially desert until they started irrigating it. Cropping twice a year it’s now a
Winding up the coast... Up early this morning to hit Pacific Coast Hwy 1 toward San Francisco. 4 hours in 60-ish degrees with the top down is not fun...but it's an absolute must to be able to take in the amazing views along the coast. We winded along the one lane road that hugs the mountain on one side, and drops into the sea on the other. Stunning...there are few words for the beauty of it. You must see ...