Rodeway Inn Monterey

2041 Fremont Street, Monterey, California, 93940, United States
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driving distance

by jamies76a+

I would like to know the driving distance and time between Anaheim, CA, and Monterey, CA.
I would like to pickup highway 1 from San Luis Obispo and follow the coast to Monterey.

Thanks to those who reply.

Re: driving distance

by HarmoniousBotch

Google is your friend.

Go to google maps. Use one endpoint as the area to be mapped, then ask for directions to the other. In addition to directions, it will give you distance and time. ( It will give you the shortest route, but you can move the blue line around to the route that you want )

I've found their time estimates to be quite accurate.

Re: driving distance

by travelgourmet

The quickest time is taking the 101. The time is up to traffic and time of day that you go through LA, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo due to work traffic, but the average time to drive the distance would be between 5-6 hours. Taking the coast Hwy 1, add about one hour and if on Hwy 1 any fire or mud that could delay or even have you turning around would take even longer. Check out the road conditions before taking Hwy 1. See the road website: http://www.dot.ca.gov/

Re: driving distance

by olddude

Yahoo maps can do the same as google.

Re: driving distance

by Ewingjr98

Total time if you avoid LA traffic is about 6 1/2 hours. Highway 1 through Big Sur just reopened a few days ago now that the fire has moved northeast, but I'm sure it will still be smoky. Expect many of the areas on along the east side of the highway to be scorched and black, luckily the fire never crossed Highway 1 toward the ocean.

Many of the restaurants and hotels are reopened, and they are hoping people like you make the drive. They disparately need customers to make up for the lost business for about a third of their big tourist season!

Enjoy the drive, and let us know how bad the fire damage is. If you need any info about Monterey shoot me an e-mail.

Joe

Travel Tips for Monterey

Three story aquarium

by halloweengirl

One side of the aquarium building is a continuous 3 story aquarium. At first I didn't realize it was all the same aquarium, there is just so much to see, but when I finally caught on, I was amazed at the beauty of it.

visit the Monterey Bay...

by JaumeBCN

visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium. It was opened in 1984 and it is the most visited Aquarium in the United States. There are more than 350.000 animals which represent the natural habitat of the Monterey Bay. You can spend a whole day visiting the facilities. For me the Sea Otters exhibit is one of the most interesting at the Aquarium as well as the Outer Bay exhibit is also very impressive. The Portola Cafe offers good meals and the Aquarium shops have lovely items to buy. The most important thing is that the Monterey Bay Aquarium teaches us how important is to take care of the sea and the animals that live in.
Location: 886 Cannery Row.

visit Cannery Row. John...

by neopetsfan

visit Cannery Row. John Steinbeck named a novel 'Cannery Row'. In the novel he wrote about the hookers and the gamblers that lived here but that's all gone. Cannery Row is an area with a lot of shops and restaurants especially for tourist now.

El Camino Real

by Ewingjr98

El Camino Real--the King's Highway--is a series of roads from San Diego to San Francisco which connected Spain's 21 missions, 3 pueblos (or towns located in LA, San Jose, Santa Cruz & a 4th built by Mexico in Sonoma), & 4 presidios (at San Diego, Santa Barbara, Monterey, and San Francisco) along the California coast. The first outpost on this trail--San Diego--was established in 1769 & the final mission at Sonoma was built in 1823.

The missions were religious centers, run by a priest, for the purpose of converting the native heathens to Christianity. The presidios' main function was a strategic military fortification & barracks, primarily to prevent competing claims from Britain or Russia along the California Coast. The pueblos were designed as towns to provide food & other support to the military presidios. The last piece of the intricate Spanish colonial structure was the ranchos which consisted of 800 private plots of land land used for farming.

The Presidio of Monterey, home to the US Army base with the same name and the Defense Language Institute, was part of this series of fortifications and was created in 1770 on the strategic hillside overlooking Monterey Bay. The mission in the Monterey area was San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo; established in 1771 it was the second mission of the 21 and is the basis for modern Carmel by the Sea. Father Junipero Serra, the leader of the California missions chose Monterey as his headquarters, helping the area to flourish over the next several decades.

Today's El Camino Real is marked every 1-2 miles by a bell hung from a bent guidepost with a small sign reading "Historic El Camino Real." There are about 600 bells along the route today as it traverses parts of 14 different California roads, but most of the El Camino is US-101, I-280, and I-5.

Coast Guard in Monterey

by Ewingjr98

Monterey's Coast Guard station was established in 1946. Station Monterey is under the operational control of Coast Guard Group San Francisco. Monterey's CG station covers a 120-mile stretch of coastline from Point Ano Nuevo in the north to the Monterey-San Luis Obispo County line in the south. This area is secured and protected by the 50 men of Monterey's station, along with their four small boats.

The station's flagship is the Coast Guard Cutter Hawksbill, which enforces laws and treaties and performs search and rescue along the California Coast. The fourteen men and women assigned to the 87-foot patrol boat also help promote safety in the commercial fishing fleet.

U.S. Coast Guard Station
100 Lighthouse Avenue
Monterey, CA 93940

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Address: 2041 Fremont Street, Monterey, California, 93940, United States