Navy Lodge Monterey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... guest $495 for a round of golf. Least expensive 1 bedroom = $865 per night, most expensive (2 bedroom) $3725 per night.
Leaving the Lodge, just down the road to Carmel by the Sea (village), 4000 population. Very trendy and quaint - had lunch here.
Dropped off at ...
... italian and spanish buildings. choir stalls lined the dining room and sitting room. The walls covered with tapestries from the French court. The gardens were immaculate with Roman statues & sarcophagi and 3,000 year old Egyptian statues scattered through the gardens,
Unfortunately the outdoor Neptune pool had developed a leak and didn't have its sparkling blue against the white marble temple & statues. I liked the indoor ...
... We have no view to speak of from our balcony - just of the crowds heading to Cannery Row. As our room is high priced, I imagine ocean view rooms are incredibly pricier! So, after tonight's events, we'll all breakfast together, then say adieu. But this time around, several of us are exchanging addresses, phone numbers, email addresses - we intend to stay in touch, even visit each other. ...
... a covered area and out to a viewing platform where we managed to see Sea Otters floating on their backs surrounded by kelp. We could have watched for ages but we needed to see what else was on offer.
We made a brief visit to the old Cannery which had a few shops at the bottom level - it reminded me very much of the old wool stores in Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney. We ventured back to the street again, in and out of shops and ...
... we were a par 5 away from the end of the runway of Monterey airport !!!! Oh joy !! Luckily it was a small and not very busy airport. The race meeting explained the profusion of Porche's, Mustang's, Ferrari's and all sorts of other sports cars. So all this cue'd an email to the travel agent. Just as well Liz wrote it as mine would have been censured. Next stop San Francisco. (a bit behind as obviously we're already ...