Monterey Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Monterey – The coastal Californian city will impress travelers with its natural beauty and rich history. Check out these top places to visit in Monterey and start …

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  1. My dad was in the military and I lived there in the 60s – in Seaside and Fort Ord. It looked nothing like this. They have really made it lovely. I plan on revisiting Monterey and taking in its beauty one day.

  2. This city it's super dangerous do not go there under any reason . If u must make sure you check the security cameras are fully working and you must demand to have a preview of the security procedures of people who go in and out of the h9tel. Under no circumstances stay in a bed and breakfast or an airbnb. These place have a bizarre user term agreements that DISMISSES ANY RESPONSIBILITY FROM THE OWNERS PART IF YOU EXPERIENCE A CRIME ACTIVITY. CHECK WITH THE POLICE FOR AN ACTUAL CRIME REPORT. I can assure you they will not have it and will try to give you numbers from 2 years ago. Don't claim later that y9u were not adviced about the crime problem. This place isn't what it was 5 years ago. Safe travel!

  3. This is a Nostradamus prediction about Paul Ericson and the women of Monterey. Century V, Quatrain 60;" By the shaven head a very bad choice will come to be made. Overburdened he will not pass the gate. He will speak with such great fury and rage. That to fire and blood he will cosign the entire sex."

  4. There’s fantastic breakfast place is amazing dinner spots great entertainment and history more than what you said so there’s some places on here that have been missed and when you come to Monterey the people who love their town just ask I’ll let you know what fantastic breakfast places dinner places entertainment and more than the history of the sardines are more Monterey

  5. A drop dead gorgeous place! One thing to consider before going, this place has a cool summer climate so be sure to take a light jacket. I was floored that inthe middle of July the high's were only in the 60's, and the lows in the lower 50's. Us east coasters are not use to that in summer 🙂

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