BEST WESTERN PLUS Monterey Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 …
Rowan and Michelle were both off today so we decided to go for a drive somewhere. We first headed to Carmel which is a small town that has a nice beach and lots of little shops. According to it's tourist guide it was quoted as being the 3rd most romantic place in the world and in the top ten for wine. We walked to an old Spanish Mission which Rowan and Michelle went in whilst me and Jessie enjoyed the views of ...
... there was a viewpoint overlooking Monterey but the fog hindered the view. At the halfway point was the town of Carmel so we veered off track to check out Carmel Valley Village, around 12-miles east, but there was not much to see or do there. The village looked so old and knackered with a few shops scattered around so we drove back to Carmel by the Sea, which is where all the action happens.
We drove straight down to Carmel State Beach and the sun was starting ...
... 99 people for his friends birthday, so we obliged :) Happy birthday Judy! Lol I decided I was too cold, so went to buy a jumper! And I love it! Also bought a hat each (SF baseball cap ) Enjoyed walking around slowly, but as we were headed back to the car we were stopped by the 'smile police' basically they fine you for not smiling lol actually he was just getting donations for the homeless lol but we got a sticker ...
... exciting thing for a civil engineer like me. This included the Bixby Bridge, built in 1932. There was also a little island off the main island with a farm and lighthouse which reminded me of classic Reader's Digest collection book stories that I used to read and still do. What a lovely place it must be to stay. Throughout the drive, the mist was so thick that the sea seemed to connect with the sky. It was a truly mystical view and one could ...