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Monterey Bay Peninsula - Explore the Pacific Ocean

Grab your paint brush and fill a blank canvass with vibrant hues of greens and blues, or flip through the pages of your field guide to identify the majestic sea birds soaring along the coast. The pristine coastline of the Monterey Bay is an unparalleled vacation destination for nature and ocean lovers alike. Sunbathe on the sun kissed shores or take a relaxing nature walk along the rolling tides. For romantic couples, a scenic drive down the Pacific Coast Highway is not to be missed.
18
Nov

Killer Whales on Monterey Bay

Nov
18
 2013
About 5 year(s) ago by Inns of Monterey No Comments
Killer Whales on Monterey Bay
More than a dozen killer whales have been spotted this past weekend in the Monterey Bay. The group of whales migrated into the bay to feast on a huge pod of sea lions that happened to be feasting on a giant school of anchovies. This awesome display of the food chain in action is a rare sight and one you should not miss according to local marine life experts. Read More about Killer Whales on Monterey Bay
14
Oct

Keeping it Green: The Inns of Monterey get Green Seal Certified

Oct
14
 2013
About 5 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Keeping it Green: The Inns of Monterey get Green Seal Certified
The Inns of Monterey cares about our guests and the environment we share. That's why three of our hotels have earned the Green Seal Silver Certification for environmentally sound practices. This certification is rigorous and hard to get - but we believe our guests and our environment are worth it. Read More about Keeping it Green: The Inns of Monterey get Green Seal Certified
21
Jul

Kelp Crawling in the Montrey Bay

Jul
21
 2011
About 8 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Kelp Crawling in the Montrey Bay
The City of Pacific Grove and Tri-California Events host he Triathlon at Pacific Grove, September 9 - 11, 2011. Start with the unique "Kelp Crawl" swim and then enjoy the looped bike and run courses surrounding Lovers Point. The 2011 event will again feature two days of racing along the picturesque California coast. Featured events include and olympic distance triathlon and 10k run along with a sprint distance triathlon and 5 k run. For more information or to register, visit http://www.tricalifornia.com/index.cfm/PG2011-main.htm Read More about Kelp Crawling in the Montrey Bay
22
Jul

"You Go Girls!" Package Offers Affordable Girls Getaway in Monterey

Jul
22
 2010
About 9 year(s) ago by you-go-girls-package-offers No Comments
You Go Girls Package Offers
Monterey, CA (May 5, 2010) - Grab the girls, pack the beach bag, and head to Monterey for a splashy girls' getaway with Monterey Bay Inn's "You Go Girls!" summer package. Designed exclusively for outdoor adventure loving gal pals who need an excuse to ditch their hubby, partner, work or kids, the package includes beachfront accommodations, discounted stand-up paddle board rentals and lessons, a complimentary Burt's Bees skincare kit, and daily in-room breakfast. Read More about "You Go Girls!" Package Offers Affordable Girls Getaway in Monterey
01
Jun

What has a head like a horse, tail like a monkey and pouch like a kangaroo?

Jun
01
 2009
About 10 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
What has a head like a horse, tail like a monkey and pouch like a kangaroo
It's the seahorse!  In its new, jaw-dropping, interactive exhibit, the Monterey Bay Aquarium has 15 species of seahorses and their kin-one of the nation's largest collections of these charismatic animals. Meander through four multimedia galleries and discover how these shy and secretive animals grow up, attract mates and give birth-this is the only family in Read More about What has a head like a horse, tail like a monkey and pouch like a kangaroo?
17
Jan

Have a Whale of a Visit

Jan
17
 2009
About 10 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Have a Whale of a Visit
Did you know? The entire Gray Whale population migrates past the Monterey coastline every winter and spring. These whales have one of the longest animal migrations known, traveling over 12,000 miles from their summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to their winter breeding grounds in Baja California and back again. Killer Whales have recently been spotted along the Monterey Coast as well! Read More about Have a Whale of a Visit
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