Aqua Breeze Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Up by 6am - and this was supposed to be a holiday! To Amtrak by 8am ready to board by 9.35. We nearly missed the train due to being given incorrect information when we checked in and my (Anne) absent mindedness. Proof of ticket purchase in hand, I proceded to get the paper tickets to be told they couldn't be printed off for some reason but my paperwork had a barcode and would be scanned by the conductor. No problem, we queued up ...
... s Salamanca, but on a smaller scale. We then headed to dinner at the Fish Hopper restaurant, which is based on the pier area of Cannery Row. Again, wow! We had a table by the window, overlooking the sea / harbour, where we watched the sun set, drinking delectable Californian wine (which I loved and I am not even a big wine drinker) and a scrumptious gourmet meal. What a beautiful evening, in a beautiful location. I savoured every minute of ...
On Saturday we drove south again towards our next stop on Highway 1 at Ventura Beach. Having just eaten the complimentary cereal and toast in the hotel we were saddened to find the coolest roadside diner by the side of the road on our way to Ventura. It was a converted train carriage and was 1950s style with a juke box and red and white vinyl booths. We were not at all hungry but managed to drink 5 or 6 cups of refillable coffee to take in the atmosphere. ...
Pacific Coast Highway 2
Mar 20 – Mar 25
Veterans Memorial Park: After a long day driving and exploring we arrived in Monterey and found a nice partly sunny campground: and most amazing: it's affordable and it has free showers… wow are we still in California?
Monterey Exploring by bike:
Wharfs: we stopped at 3 different wharfs: ...
... on the thermals and sunsets that make you want to weep.
Camping remains on the chilly side of Arctic, but falling asleep to the sound of breaking surf is worth the temperature twice over.
The sea mists of northern California finally evaporated around the Redwood forests, where cycling through the 'Avenue of the Giants' inspired a cathedral-like hushed awe as sunlight filtered through the canopies of one thousand year old trees, towering over ...