Super 8 Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... out over the coastline is stunning and the colours on a day like today perfect and demanded that we stop to admire them now and again.
Having eaten all the (pretty unexciting) grapes from breakfast, and had our daily ration of peppermints (just the one) that we bought at Jamestown, the next time we stopped, Brit suggested we ate the mini chocolate muffins she had whisked into her handbag at breakfast this morning.
I was promised a totally squidgy, sweet and ...
... pool and hot tub for a few hours. Headed to downtown Monterey and walked around Cannery Row. Saw some sea otters. Had dinner at Tico Taco (so so) and got dessert at Nestle Toll House. Luke fell asleep before we got to Trader Joes. JP fell asleep when we got back. Both were ...
... kid's cough medicine. Yum. After lunch, we strolled down to the fish mongers at the end of the pier. Following on from last night's sardine success, we decided on another fish BBQ back at the lovely flat. Mum managed to bat her eyelashes and sweet talk them into gutting the sardines for us once again - we noticed she was pretty skilled at getting her way in America! We stocked up with the fish and very chunky king prawns before heading back home. That afternoon, we drove down ...
... machine so girls' knickers can be washed! Most exciting of all this - we finally get to hit an American supermarket and buy groceries - yippee! Slightly scary moment where cards don't work and we fear destitution in Monterey Bay but fortunately we figure it out and manage to buy food so I can cook chicken and pasta for the girls and finally see them eat something other than hot dogs, fries or pizza. Lovely to eat dinner round our own little table and tuck up for an early night in comfy ...
... in San Simeon - such a tiny place I think the sign said the population was 460. Sat on the beach for a couple of hours in the sunset reading our books and catching a last few rays, before a quick bite to eat at a Mexican restaurant (which are everywhere here) and early night. The next day we had a fairly long drive to make from San Simeon to Monterey, through Big Sur. The weather started off a bit cloudy but it didn't spoil what was a really beautiful drive. We stopped for ...