Hyatt Carmel Highlands
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... rocky shore. The city goes on to our east without us. We made it to Santa Cruz and the north end if Monterey Bay and got lunch, bringing it to Natural Arches Beach to share with the hoards of seagulls. Andrew got his wish here. At the beginning of the trip he said he wanted a warm California beach with palm trees. He ran around with a squealing Ana in the rough surf as it smacked the rocks that form this semi circular little beach. Afterward it ...
... who performed so well in difficult circumstances (footie and late evacuation of room).
Anyway back to our exit plan. Breakfast arrives 0715 and eaten by 0800; bath soaking in Epsom salts over by 0830; bell hop collects luggage and arranges car to be brought round and loaded; check out effortless and we are on our way to the Pacific coast highway - yippee! Get as far as Point Lobos, 45 minutes into our journey and Sarah announces she doesn't ...
... Otters are so sociable and are not bothered by the presence of a crowd- surprisingly they seemed to love the attention. The view from the cafeteria was spectacular! because the aquarium overlooked the ocean you could sea wild otters frolicking and playing around in the kelp that floated to the surface. Did you know that sea otter prefer to swim on their backs. Sea otters carry a medium sized rock under their ...
... We've then driven to fishermans wharf Monterey, not far and had a wonder around. We pulled up in the car park by the beach, and the first pub we come too is 'London bridge pub' we strolled down several piers, before moving on and driving to a third, where the coast guard is, and at the very end, is seals, and sea lions. It's wonderful to see them in nature acting naturally. We even saw a sea otter, never mind the huge amount of cormorants..... Think ...
We set off early to Carmel which although pretty and full of boutique shops was covered in fog, so after a brief look at the beach we carried on our journey via the scenic and famous 17 mile drive. It's so famous you have to pay 10 bucks for it ...it takes you through Pacific Grove , Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Carmel seeing various mouthwatering scenic stop offs and great golf courses. The guide book suggested a 3 hour drive..we did it in an hour!!
Back onto highway 1 for ...