Travelodge Monterey Downtown

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

675 Munras Ave, Monterey, California, 93940, United States
Monterey Downtown Travelodge
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Excellent
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36
Very Good
39%
63
Average
22%
36
Poor
9%
16
Terrible
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10

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  • Families65
  • Couples67
  • Solo84
  • Business60

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What to wear?

by garveys2

We (mother/daughter team) will be in Monterey in early September 2009, right after Labor Day. We have not been to Monterey in 40+ years. We are having a hard time deciding what to pack and wear. We will be doing a variety of activities like, kayaking on the bay, a whale watching trip, going to the aquarium, shopping in Carmel, a coast tour, a Luau at the hotel, and some receptions. Are capris with sandals appropriate or is that too "summery"? Will short sleeve blouses work with long pants? or will be be cold? What are the average temperatures?

Re: What to wear?

by travelmad478

September is the most pleasant weather of the year in Monterey, but the temperature is still very variable over the course of the day/night. The key to dressing for the coast of California is "layers"--be prepared to add and subtract clothing as the day goes on. The nights/mornings tend to be foggy and chilly while the daytime is sunny and warm. It can be in the 80s during the afternoon but get down to the 50s at night, or even lower. Definitely bring more than just sandals and capris, because you'll freeze at night.

Re: What to wear?

by bocmaxima

Short sleeves will be too cold for the evenings and mornings in September. You'll need a light jacket or a sweater. Don't underestimate the temperature variations on the California coast. Even LA in September is often too cool for short sleeves at night.

Travel Tips for Monterey

Santa Rosalia Statue

by Ewingjr98

Near the entrance to Fishermans Wharf, yet seldom noticed, is Monterey's statue of Santa Rosalia. This statue was erected in 1929 "in memory of those courageous Sicilian fishermen whose labors and pioneering spirit, at the beginning of the 20th Century, created and developed a great sardine industry and whose heritage and culture contributed significantly to the growth of the city and its surrounding area." Santa Rosalia has been adopted as the patron saint of Monterey's Italian fishermen.

Monterey celebrates a week-long Festa Italia/Santa Rosalia Festival in early September each year, with the 2007 event being the 74th consecutive year of the celebration. During this event, besides lots of church, food, and drink, a traditional parade moves from San Carlos Cathedral to the Commercial Wharf to bless the fishing fleet. This cart that has been historically used to transport the statue is located in the Monterey Maritime Museum on Custom House Plaza.

Santa Rosalia was born in Palermo in 1130 AD, a distant relative of Charlemagne. A religious woman, she secluded herself in a cave on Sicily's Mount Pellegrino, and died around 1166. In 1624 when the Black Plague was decimating Europe, her image appeared to a hunter who climbed the mountain and found her remains. After her bones were paraded through the streets as she had requested of the hunter, the plague cleared and she was named the patron saint of Palermo. Throughout Sicily she is known as La Santuzza--the little saint.

A mecca for photography

by Cabana_Boy

Monterey has been a haven for artists and writers for decades. Perhaps the most notable Monterey based photographer is Ansel Adams. And since I am a fan of landscape photography, I had to make a stop in the Ansel Adams Gallery in Monterey.

Bubba, the California Sheephead

by meteorologist1

There are lots of interesting sea creatures at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, but this one is my favorite. His name is Bubba, a male California sheephead fish at the aquarium. I found him swimming around and then stopping by me. I couldn't resist taking a nice picture of him. I also have to say that this was the first fish I ever saw with a friendly look in his eyes. He looks so cool with that contrasting black and white color!

When in Monterey, parents...

by neopetsfan

When in Monterey, parents should take their kids to the 'Dennis the Menace' playground. No entrance fee and a great way to spend your day, kids!! This playground was financed by the author of Dennis the Menace.

take a leisurely stroll down...

by Krystynn

take a leisurely stroll down one of the most popular streets here in America - Cannery Row, first made famous by the Nobel and Pulitzer award winning author, John Steinbeck. Lots of great shopping and dining opportunities here.

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Address: 675 Munras Ave, Monterey, California, 93940, United States