Wagon Wheel Motel
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I love Monterey! A small city, full of wine shops, artisan coffee bars and seafood restaurants on the Fisherman's Wharf – heaven. Seals bask on the sides of the wharf, half looking for scraps from fisherman as they clean their catch. I had coconut halibut tonight, washed down with a nice glass of house c******nay. Oh, and on the way here I drove through Vineyard Drive a short distance outside King ...
... We stopped in Los Robles and will continue on to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara.
Kallen was so excited to have PIZZA for lunch! We got to see the Chevron Oil Plant with lots of oil wells. We took a lot of pictures from our roomettes. We also learned that on our way to Salinas, we passed the Morton Salt Company where Kallen saw a GIANT pile of ...
... What made this even more amusing is that Tobi had uncontrollable giggles, so every time this guy even opened his mouth, he'd be in hysterics and set the rest of us off. Not that it deterred this guy, as he continued to unwittingly whip out comedy gold. On the contrary, he could have easily been a guy whipped straight out of a horror movie so we were all a bit nervous sharing camp so close to him. We woke up early but had found he'd already gone by the time we'd packed ...
... our trip south, on windy cliff side roads (driving them is kind of like being on a roller coaster in your car -- Ryan even makes race car/airplane noises occasionally while driving). We have about 3,908,348,239 pictures of this drive, so if you're curious about what Big Sur looks like, we're happy to share. It's gorgeous! We made it to our Limekiln State Park campsite early in the evening and set up camp in one of the prettiest areas imaginable -- our tent sat at the base ...
... is known. Their children had to take a ferry from the island to the school every day. Then on to the Hertz return centre at San Francisco airport (SFO) to return the back breaker Mazda (in which we drove 1312 miles) to pick up the rental we will use for rest of trip. Returning the car was very efficient process. We took the car to returns and found at least another 50 cars there all being processed at the same time. Cars ...
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