Pacific Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was way too much fog. There was no internet or cell phone service at the hostel for some odd reason. There was a nice town about 5 miles away that had an old colonial feel to it with some old Western saloons and sourvenir shops. The next day I decided to drive to the opposite end of San Francisco down to Monterey. I wanted to go all the way to Big Sur, but didn't have time. Monterey was also a bit of a disappointment. Monterey town ...
In the morning, we packed up and drive down to fisherman's wharf in Monterey to board a whale watching tour. The boat went out in to the bay, cruising for about an hour before we came across the whales. First we saw a few pods of Dolphins which raced along side the boat. Then we saw the humpback whales. We had about an hour, with the boat captain moving as he saw the whales. We were able to get ...
... penguins and stingrays. After an ice-cream we decided to rent a Kayak to and go out to see the sea otters in the wild which were in the sea kelp about 100m offshore. It was pretty cool seeing them in their natural environment from such close range. Also saw a seal and a seal lion (as esme kept calling them that day) which came within 15ft of our kayak. On the way back ...
... loud mouth sea lions within eyesight and earshot. I then went for a wander around town along the boardwalk.
There is a huge rock (volcanic plug), which I believe the town is known for (no mount Coolum though). The town had the generic ****** shops just like you would find in any qld hinterland town; fudge shop, candy shop, overpriced ****** art galleries, tacky tourist gift shop etc. ...
... meeting rooms, a library, a courtyard with a retractable skylight over the atrium, a cafe and a magnificent room around every corner. (We didn't count the number of rooms in this marble-pillared mansion. Lots!) The entire complex channeled rainwater into an underground cistern. A dozen staff members live in a ranch-house on the property.
Carrying on, we stopped at trendy Santa Barbara, scenic Pismo Beach for a ...