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' …
... upper class town of Carmel, where Clint Eastwood used to be mayor. The Ridley ladies enjoyed looking at all the nice houses. Paul & Jean had booked the night at the Hilton Hotel in Monterey which was a lovely treat for us. As we ate dinner in a lovely Italian restaurant we caught up on everything that had going on back home & couldn't believe we had been away for nearly 7 months. It had been a very productive first ...
Heading south on Hwy 1 to Pfieffer Big Sur
Paul had planned to go to Vacaville but at the last minute changed his mind and so we got up and
headed out from the Outlet. Of course we had to make a stop at the Berkeley Bowl and the place was a madhouse. Forget getting your shopping cart through the produce section. Robert scored at the bargain table with a huge bag of asparagus with some cucumbers in it as well.
... that he wants to made it himself and can I go down to the Fawlty's and fill up another thermos...I protest and say I will buy him a coffee across the road...for some reason this is not to his liking and to save more arguments I go.
I arrive with a smile on my face and a grimace underneath and say
"can you please fill this up for me" Mrs Fawlty looks at me and says
I say, "well yes"
I am ...
... the $9.75 fee and a great way to spend a couple of hours. To end the day we celebrated my birthday with a posh meal in the hotel restaurant overlooking the oldest golf course in California, stunning setting and stunning food (Sian had the biggest scallops you will ever set eyes on), and of course the bottle of cava went down a treat too. The jazz music in the background was an added bonus to top off a pretty amazing day. ...