Pacific Inn Monterey
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Found an amazing restaurant called Rocky Point (10 miles south of Carmel) for lunch and took a reasonable walk.
Arrived to San Simeon and booked into our worst hotel ever. Completely soulless and no facilities. Cheered ourself up by going to the beach but too dangerous to swim so just paddled.
Went back up the road to see the Elephant Seals on the beach - crazy animals. They are so ...
... 8217;ve got to keep taking detours, there’s so bloody much to see. Of course you all
know about Smith Rock; it’s the Mecca of all rock climbers, having one of the three most difficult official climbing sites in the world; and it’s also several magnificent high rock outcrops
bounded to the south by a grassy edged wandering river to redeem their starkness.
A bit ...
... walked the Cannery Row but it's just shops & by that point in the day, the crowds had arrived. We ate lunch at Johnny Rockets (yum), then returned to our room to nap and rest . Tonight is our group's social hour, followed by dinner and a digital photo collage of the group to watch. Should be fun! Our hotel room is lovely and the service rivals that of a cruise ship, including the ...
... wares in stores or architecture along the way. Mike was waiting to take us to the next stop.
Pebble Beach is famous for its golf courses and gorgeous coastal views and in particular, a lone Cypress Pine clinging precariously to a rocky outcrop bound by sea.
Mike wound his way through the gorgeous town of Monterey – some of the houses are spectacular. One in particular was ...
... a grey whale slowly coursing northwards up the Pacific, flanked by an armada of dolphins – there must have been dozens! There was an overwhelming racket of Sea Lions ‘barking’ and watching the ‘special guests’. We drove south, through Big Sur, eager to make our booked tour around Hearst Castle.
Hearst Castle or "Questa Enchantada" is a huge ‘castle’/Mediterranean-styl e-villa built in 1919 by an eccentric press mogul ...