Pacific Inn Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and can be 15feet long, so we didn't stroke them! The drive on the coast from Cambria to Monterey was the best yet, 120 miles of cliff hugging road and amazing views, truly awesome. In a comfy hotel Monterey Hyatt, nice room upgrade, here for 2 nights, then on to San Francisco Hope everyone well, and house ok. We managed to find a seal that ...
... wine, the world etc. So half cut I wandered to the Aquarium. Very expensive but very good in fairness. A chance to see animals (and take photos more importantly) that I had only seen snorkelling or on tv. Leopard sharks, otters, penguins, jellyfish to name a few. Given it was such a lovely day and a long walk ahead of us to the motel we made a bee line to the local Micro brewery to do some beer tasting. Really good idea as can choose five beers from ...
... While I returned the bikes, she arranged a couples massage (!!) for the two of us. We got back, feeling quite relaxed, in time for the Inn's Wine and Cheese and Margot's now trying to pick a restaurant from what sounds like a lot of good options.
Tomorrow's our last day, planning to visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium, then head down to Carmel for lunch, Big Sur after the fog goes out then back to San Jose for our red-eye home.
... rock outcropping where we scrambled out to have a seat on a promontory surrounded by the Pacific crashing on both sides of us. The hike down an unmarked trail must deter people because we encountered few people along the way, which was wonderful after the crowded whale watching and waterfall. After a while we noticed some whales breaching again off in the distance, however this time we were at ocean level and they were much closer. P Cove was a great place to sit and soak in ...
... empowerment engulfs me.
Mooch never responded to my letter. Four years later, she stopped by one last time for a short and sweet visit, when she was driving through L.A. with a female friend.
Many years later, I visited Santa Barbara to see their infamous Summer Solstice parade. Later, I confronted Tricky about telling me it was a retirement community. ...