Super 8 Monterey/Carmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... but after Mendoza, we felt like pros. We bought a cheeky box of wine and then made our way back along the freeway to Monterey - a much quicker but less scenic route! We had a delightful BBQ (nice one David!) that evening, washed down with lovely wine and local craft beers for Chris. It was also time round 2 of canasta and we were gutted when our beginner's luck appeared to run out... Alison and David were not! We were down but not out and vowed our revenge. A great soirée by the ...
Brady is all about a road trip, and while I'm not one for driving them, I'm always glad to have someone else do it! So, it was decided he would rent a car and we would spend the weekend on the road. While I imagine I would have made it back to SF without the excuse of visiting Brady, I'm not sure I ever would have seen anything of CA outside the cities, so this was perfect.
I seem to be surrounded in life by men that can't make ...
... world famous Pebble Beach Golf Course just round the headland (the latter is more my idea of fun, rather than 'our', I admit). Looking back at our time in San Francisco, our first impressions of the place - as a dark, wet, drug fuelled mental asylum - couldn't have been more wide of the mark. Sure, we had to veer round bin rummaging scamps on most streets, and we even came to recognise certain characters from multiple sightings across the city, but the ...
... had a Vestry meeting after church, so we took Lilly to the beach to help. There were probably about 20 entries - some big, some small - but everyone was having a good time. It was a beautiful day and eventually, Lilly was in the water with her friend Sofia.
The Carmel River School's entry was a huge castle wall with a dragon coming out of it, surrounded by a moat. They did a great job and ...
... the day. At night, when it becomes completely pitch black and you start remembering all of those "Danger -- Mountain Lion" signs you saw at the park entrance, it's a slightly different story. While Ryan assured me that there is no recorded instance of mountain lions attacking campers in their tents, the statistics on attacks during 3 am hikes to the bathroom were a little hazier, so he got to act as my bathroom bodyguard each night. On our second day, we did some ...