Del Monte Pines
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDel Monte Pines Monterey
A nice place, especially if you like golf!
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ROAD TRIP DAY 15 After spending most of the day in San Fran, we picked up our car from the car park it had been stored in for the past 3 days. The guy in charge seemed far too relax for the job and first gave us the wrong set of car keys, which was a bit concerning. Eventually, we hit highway 1 going south towards LA. We drove past a …
... He had injured his wing so couldn't survive out in the wild so they looked after him. He wasn't the species that had a giant wingspan but was still pretty impressive and interesting to learn about them more.
We had some free time so made our way around the rest of the aquarium at the touch tanks, jellyfish area, tentacles area, deep sea, open sea (leatherback turtle, hammerhead sharks etc).
Our next movie/presentation was about Project White Shark...all ...
... brown once the rains in the spring stop and all the fields and hills look "golden". You can see this in many of our pictures.
About 1:00, as we were driving on Rt. 1 we turned a corner and in front of us was Monterey Bay. A great sight with hang gliders flying over it and sail boats making way. The campground we stay at is called ...
... gallon. As we climbed the mountains at Tehachapi I was wondering if it's going to get chilly up there then just before we reached the top it dropped to 50 Deg and the wind was icy and cut through you like a knife. Within a couple of miles I was so cold I had to stop so we could add ...
We left LA today, both sad to be leaving our lovely abode and neighbourhood but sort of relieved to be getting away from the 40 degrees heat, which after a few days began to make me feel like I was permanently spaced out. We picked up our car, which was just around the corner from where we were staying and Paul very capably braved LA traffic, making our way to Route 1 (via route 101). Actually, LA / American roads are not that bad - we have ...