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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 74%Family Travelers
- 52%Adventure Travelers
- 52%Local Culture
- 52%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%Green Travelers
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- MontereyJul 29, 2012
Daddy was a the Naval Post Graduate school for two yrs; my freshman and soph yrs in high school; loved the area and the people; absolutely gorgeous place...not only Montery but Peble Beach and Carmel (parents thought about buying in PB or C to build and live after retirement; so near San Fran which was a great place to go; think anyone would enjoy living or visiting any of the above mentioned places; I remember the average yr. around temp was 69 degrees.....one got used to swimming in that kind of weather
- MontereyMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Jul 12, 2012
I LOVE MONTEREY...
I admit that I'm surprised that I havent written in a while but it's been a busy couple of months. Since I just got back Monterey I'll start off with that. It was a great couple of days checking out new and old spots. There was a number of tourists but what can you expect for Fourth of July? It's going to be busy everywhere. Long story short, dont let the overcast fool you because you'll be negligent with the sun block like myself and end up looking like a Super Raccoon! ;D
- MontereyJul 05, 2012
What a lovely place Monterey is you have Carmel just up the road but you must have a look at the harbour.It has it`s own Airport so it`s easy to get too.Also you must visit Lighthouse for some great Jazz & Blues.PGs also just up the road from Lighthouse.Have a great time and enjoy.
- MontereyMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Jul 04, 2012
Coastal living with a conscience. Located along a picture-perfect stretch of California coastline, Monterey is far enough from the hectic life of larger cities like San Jose and San Francisco, but close enough to benefit from their many amenities. With the near pristine wilderness of Big Sur to the South, and the quirky individualistic Santa Cruz to the North, there's always something interesting to get involved with, or in.
- MontereyJul 04, 2012
In case you haven't considered it, you can go winetasting in and around the region. There are dozens of wineries in the Central Coast (of which Monterey is a part) and you can do a day of it fairly easily. Another option to consider is making the short drive to Carmel. The downtown 'village' is compact and easily navigated, and the boutiques and galleries make for some great window shopping (or actual buying, if you have the means!)