Super 8 Monterey/Carmel
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After leaving Point Lobos we made our way to Monterey and found a cheap motel to stay the night at. We then made a fatal mistake for dinner, and made our way to the most touristy area of Monterey for a walk and dinner. Cannery row was lovely for an evening walk, but not for dinner. We went to a place which had the 'best fish and chips in town' …
... is Morro Rock, a huge high rock just off the bay. The mist was heavy in the morning and rolled on in on top of us and started to clear as we were leaving. On up the coast, the same misting and high dark cloud, but it was warm – hovering around 69-72F. Hot when we stood in the sun. Rocky coastline, the road wove back and forth and up hill and down – I'd describe it as a cross between the Amalfi Coast in Italy and the Road ...
... and back over Golden Gate Bridge – driving through San Fran felt a bit like home, insomuch as when on a trip of seeing different places every day we were returning to somewhere we recognised. We drove through well-known coastal towns like Santa Cruz before finding our typical-US motel in Monterey . On our first evening in Monterey we walked down to Fisherman's Wharf where we spotted both a sea lion and a very cute sea otter – we were surprised to discover ...
... lunch at the Wharf Marketplace, sandwiches and salad. And, a long rest at home that afternoon! Dinner as a treat from Gerry, Mel, and Sayo at the Old Fisherman’s Grotto on Fisherman’s Wharf. Great meal! Had eggplant calamari parmesan that was delicious! To go box is now in the refrigerator! The best fried calamari on the trip!
And, then, Lil left this morning, and safely made it back to Fresno. Lunch at home, ...
... on a Sunday would be quiet but we were wrong. I have to admit, I was excited to see the famed "Hollywood" sign in the hills above, together with the signage for Beverly Hills, Santa Monica Blvd. and other places I have only heard about from the movies and songs..
Beautiful coastal ride from the outskirts of LA to Santa Barbara. When we got out of the car we realized that the temperature had dropped 20 degrees from Palm Springs. We quickly dived into ...