BEST WESTERN Seacliff Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... side of the bay is where the beautiful cities of Monterey and Carmel are situated. This is the old Californio areas of Zorro legends, a land once ruled by rancheros and missionaries. Today it is a military base, tourist destonation (thanks to the world class aquarium), and fishing port. Carmel is also home to some of the most expensive real estate in the country. Surrounding Pebble Beach golf club are the mansions of California's modern rulers. ...
... Santa Cruz Beach Boardway and Midway
Sleep: New Brighton Campground (36'), Monterrey Bay - $35.00 - first come, first served but we had
to wait until 2 p.m. before we could get our campsite (site of an old ...
After taking many pictures at many of the Vista points including my own pullout to get a photo of the great Bixby Bridge, I decided to drive past the State Parks coming into Carmel, and drown myself in music to get pumped up for my next adventure. Walking along the beach on Ocean Ave was so much fun but the wind started picking up so i made the most of my time and hopped back in the warm car. Awaiting a call from a good friend, i tried buying my ...
... style. Both the qualifying were watched from the inside of the famous Corkscrew corner. It's quite a climb to get there so we jumped on one of the many buggies that are driven by vets, (old folk), and will take you anywhere for a small donation to their charity. A rock band, the "Mucky Ducks" and an ale bar kept the entertainment flowing during the intervals. The IPA was extraordinary good! I noted how ...
... that the GPS was going to take us up and down the rollercoaster streets, then put us onto a freeway to somewhere we did not want to go. So, we had to stop and reset the GPS. Some of the streets of San Francisco are so steep that you are unable to see where you are going, and unlike Lombard St, these are really scary to drive on, so I try to avoid them at all costs! However, this was not to be today, and we did go up and down ...