BEST WESTERN PLUS Monterey Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I got up and went straight to work on my finishing my packing and getting ready for the start of my road trip to Los Angeles. I checked out of my hostel and grabbed a shuttle to the airport which was where I was to pick up my rental car. I had decided not to pick a car up from the rental car agencies inner city office as I wanted to have as little …
... bargain store for some essential buys!! Then a post office for stamps well a shop that sells stamps. We then had to vacate our hitching rail as the sherif was prowling. We then set off in a northerly way and found a lovely area where sea lions were gambolling around called Asilomar Beach. Then into the old centre of monterey wher they used to nothing but can fish till the ...
Although inseparable to this moment we decided to do different things for the morning and early afternoon. I embarked on the historic walk of the town whilst bush whale watched. I felt my experience the day before was going to be hard to top. Following a trusted town map I literally followed the yellow brick road. I snaked around looking at old buildings, the wharf (where more seals were perched on anything that floated), the old jail, Robert Louis ...
... in the US, most notably Pebble Beach, but also Spyglass Hill. Incredible real estate along the ocean and then Margot and I biked up to the top of the hill between Monterery and Carmel and there's no cheap homes there either! It was typically gray and foggy when we started out, but cleared up beautifully (as it usually does along this part of the coast). The ride back north from Carmel, with the all the traffic heading south and ...
... Highway 1. Our first stop was actually just a pull off where we noticed a large group of people all with their cameras pointing out to sea. What we discovered and watched for at least thirty minutes was a pod of whales breaching and swirling, constantly coming to the surface of the water below the cliffs. A large grouping of seals followed the whales feasting on the same school of fish. Next we stopped to see Mcway's Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. A short walk along ...