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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... where elephant seals sunned themselves on the beach - dozens of them side by side. The kids were thrilled by the sight and we took lots of photos. We motored on to Carmel, arriving late in the day. Having not felt hungry enough for lunch, we were by now starving, and went looking for an appropriate dinner venue in this charming, quaint little town. All of the shops were closing, and we did a bit of window ...
Biked the 17 mile drive--gorgeous views of the ocean. Perfect weather for a bike ride.
Had lunch in Carmel and hung out on Carmel Beach for a while.
Very strenuous bike ride back to Monterey. Had to sing to myself to get over the last of one looooong ...
... with chicken and rice, it was a feast! Kirsty was so taken with it she said she would make it when we got back home to Scotland. I'm not going to argue there! We listened to the band play their last song then decided to head to a couple of pubs. The first one we came to was "at capacity". People were out celebrating the 4th and they had the Brazilian game on. So, we decided to walk towards the wharf to see if there was a suitable place there. The first place we saw had a happy hour, ...
The first stop on this day was to stop at a beach that elephant seals use to mate, give birth, sun themselves. There were hundreds of seals on the beach that day and more coming in out of the water all the time. I'm not sure what all their actions meant (they can be quite vicious with each other), but they were fun to watch.
After leaving the seals, we got into a part of ...
... bit nervous, but they were only doing a surface dive in the tide pool - they could have swum around with a snorkel or even walked, but breathing underwater was an experience in itself. I'm not even sure they saw too much (starfish, decorator crabs, an eel or two and some small fish). W was a natural and had to be pulled back from going off on his own, as they were meant to stay within arm's reach of the instructor. T ...