How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Monarch Resort Pacific Grove
Travel Blogs from Pacific Grove
... paces and loved it! We did have a slight test to overcome when we discovered there was a nail in one of the tyres which needed removing and sorting out. But we successfully passed this test with the help of a local garage for just 20 dollars, and a slightly embarrassing moment beforehand with the roadside assistance whose first question was 'have you checked for a spare tyre?' Obvious question, but we hadn't thought to check. Who knew? Very helpful life lesson learnt there, thank you ...
... only common sense can tame. From Carmel on down the photo opportunities are staggering. Tourists car hop a few hundred yards between vantage points in a semi-frenzied state, barely able to digest each feast for the senses. At one such point we accessed the beach and I explored my British heritage by taking a sensible paddle in the seaside. At last I could see Deanne decidedly blissed by her surroundings. When I see a child-like awe drape over her, adding a ...
... the centre of downtown San Fran we were soon on our way down the very picturesque California state highway 1 which was mile after mile of wide open empty roads looking out over the Pacific Ocean. After about 2.5 hours we arrived in sleepy Monterey just before sunset, checked into our motel and headed out for a stroll. We headed down to the waterfront and found ...
... be a human being, standing between earth and sky.
In agreeance with Mr. Bolelli I invite you to plan some time for a visit back to where we came from. Away from pesky mobile phones and email services, life might be less convenient, but we also may discover something much more profound. Something long-lasting and tangible, that causes us to reevaluate our wants and needs thereby illuminating our lives to a more enjoyable existence.
This is probably ...
... back to Veterans Memorial Park and got things loaded up.
Stopped at Troias Market in downtown Monterey and got a few supplies. This is one of those small shops you are surprised to see what a variety of products they have for sale.
Hopped on the 101 and headed back to the crowded SF Bay area. Took a break in Frontera for groceries and gas, then back on the freeway toward Mendocino.