Navy Lodge Monterey
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... br> Centre. The close photo shot with the giant Asian Owl who was eyeing off
Rossi’s not really that big right ear, was a treat.
By the way, how do you build
fences when you have plenty of straight timber? You do it zig-zag fashion. Some
are a hundred years old and still standing. They criss-cross meadows like cross
stitching on green fabric.
... a process.
From there we headed back and went down past the rental place and over near where the local wharfs are. Back to the rental place where we turned in the bikes and headed back up to our camp. Decided to stay in for the evening and fixed
the Indian food quick dishes we had bought along with a side salad and called it an early evening.
... they had a proper toilet ! I ordered breakfast for us – an Apricot Croissant and another with a glaze and flaked almonds on top which they called a “Bear Claw”. That together with the Latte which we shared was very satisfying.
The pastries were the best I have ever had (sorry, no photos as we ate them with gusto !!) - really delicious with plenty of apricot filling while the bear claw had lovely almond meal ...
... Harbor seals, lizards and condors; despite the forecast for rain we've really lucked out this week and in fact were pretty sunburnt by lunchtime – oops! After leaving Point Lobos we drove back towards Monterey via 17 Mile Drive, which takes you through Pebble Beach and past the famous golf course – Dan got out to look at the course and decided he’d need to work on his handicap before they’d even let him walk into the club shop! We drove back to ...
... wouldn't it be nice to connect the North and South districts. The building of the suspension bridge, a hugely ambitious project in any era, let alone recession dampened 1933, took 4 years to complete and cost the lives of just 10 workers who were unfortunate to miss the safety nets on their way to a watery grave. It is over 2700m long and it's 2 towers are over 60 stories high. Cycling across it was a genuinely unforgettable experience: vastness, redness, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed