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Monthly Archives: March 2010

18
Mar

The Glenlivet XXV Club Dinner at the Sardine Factory

Mar
18
 2010
About 9 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
The Glenlivet XXV Club Dinner at the Sardine Factory
Scotland's single malt scotches are considered its ‘aqua vitae' or ‘water of life.' On March 24, the very best of these will be featured in a once-in-a-lifetime seated tasting featuring food pairings with the full range of The Glenlivet Scotches at Monterey's world famous Sardine Factory. Read More about The Glenlivet XXV Club Dinner at the Sardine Factory
14
Mar

Daylight saving time means Monterey gets even better

Mar
14
 2010
About 9 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Daylight saving time means Monterey gets even better
Now that we've ‘Sprung forward' into daylight saving time, the evenings get longer - which means you have more time to enjoy Monterey's gorgeous bay, beaches and parks. Ride your bike on the coastal Rec Trail or paddle your kayak a little longer on our warm, glorious evenings. But what's behind ‘Spring forward, Fall back' besides a confused internal clock? Read More about Daylight saving time means Monterey gets even better
08
Mar

Thar she blows!!

Mar
08
 2010
About 9 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Thar she blows!!
Whale watching season is here and there's no better place to see these magnificent creatures than the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. This great wildlife migration happens every March when groups of Gray whales can be spotted from shore as they journey northward along the coast, completing the last leg of their 14,000-mile annual round-trip. Read More about Thar she blows!!
01
Mar

Almost Touchable…

Mar
01
 2010
About 9 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey No Comments
Almost Touchable
Let your eye be fooled at the Monterey Museum of Modern Art, as Pam Carroll's powerfully real work nearly comes to life on the walls. The Monterey Museum of Art has long honored that which is amazing in the historic and the modern, and Ms Carroll's work is no exception. Read More about Almost Touchable…
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