Pacific Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Seals, sea lions, pelicans and all sorts of other birds were in abundance and everywhere to be seen, but the best of all was the wild sea otter we saw feeding on some mussels under the pier then floating out on his back to munch his way through them. He was so cool to watch and literally a couple of feet down from us. Seals were swimming all around the sea otter and a couple of sea lions were chilling right underneath the deck. We have never seen so much activity like ...
... We decided to go back to watch the otters being fed and stimulated by different activities, this time making sure we had a seat, but downstairs, so we only saw them as they dived, or played with a ball on the surface. Such fascinating creatures who seem to enjoy performing for an audience.
I can see now why Karen and her son love going there on a regular basis.
Monday: We left Monterey and made an early stop in Carmel to visit the old Spanish Mission. We were able to walk through the old chapel as well as the basilica before touring through the fountained gardens and old bedrooms and kitchen. It was as if we were transported back in time to the old Spanish west. The mission was an incredible piece of Spanish architecture built back in 1770 and was an amazing unplanned stop. Following that brief stop, we quickly headed for the Big Sur area ...
... s special exhibit section to see the new collection of cephalopods. We were able to look up close at a variety of squid, octopuses, and cuttlefish. We also saw the only cephalopod with a hard exterior shell, the nautilus. Next door to this exhibit was the jellyfish exhibit. Here we watched these brainless, boneless creatures float gracefully through the water of their tanks. We continued through the aquarium ...
... Sea - all very pricey even for old small houses.
All the coast line is very rocky, lots of kelp in the sea, some harbour seals on the rocks. Lots of golf courses, deer come onto these. The public always has access to the coast - no houses allowed to the waterline.