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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Monarch Resort Pacific Grove
Travel Blogs from Pacific Grove
... and bacon. Mel had his favorite corn beef hash, poached eggs with toast, Back to their house, packed and took off! Sad to leave our home away from home! Time went by so quickly for us... Hope for Sayo and Mel, too??!! On our way out of town, we stopped at Pizzini's known for their artichokes since this is in the midst of artichoke country in Castroville. This was the place my dad would always stop to pick up the artichokes for ...
... highly recommend. Santa Cruz itself seemed just how we would imagine a Californian town; a bit bohemian, loads of shops, no high-rise buildings (that we saw), independent shops, cafes and bars along the main streets. There is also a pier and theme park at the beach which we drove past - and subsequently wished we could have had longer there! It looked like there was loads more to see. After leaving Santa Cruz we drove up to San Francisco, with a couple of stops on the way. One ...
... of car travel, so we though we might try to stop at Hearst Castle to have a look. Although we didn't have much luck, we missed the last bus by all of 5 minutes. So we just looked around the information centre instead. Disappointing, but nothing we can do. So instead we continued on our journey! Along the way we enjoyed the beautiful coastline, travelled on some windy roads, and saw a lot of sea loins. We ...
... at us and were like do one and those who thought it was hilarious and started to take videos as we still blasted out Star Wars. Was definitely amusing if not slightly scary :P We didn't have anywhere planned for sleeping as there isn't actually anything much in Big Sur, but that's the beauty of it. Stopped off in a small shop, bought some supplies and asked where we could stay and was told we'd be able to pitch our tents up in the cliffs for free. Somehow got that little ...
... a meal!
Dick and I were talking about the Reds as they were tied with St. Louis at the time we sat down for dinner. Turns out that the couple next to us were from Cincinnati and overheard our conversation. We should have figured they were from home if we had looked at the guy's shirt that said UC (University of Cincinnati, not Cal!). And, as many of you know, the Reds lost last night in 15 innings to the Cards.
Went to see ...