you want to stop here especially with the kids...let them run the beach while you relax..then take them up to the grass area for more play, while you enjoy the views..hungry? go have a nice family friendly meal at the lovers point restaurant.. prefect or lovers two, great drinks from the bar and dinners are good priced right.
杏彩彩票投注This is just a quaint spot to sit and enjoy company of friends and lovers. It a nice little grassy area, and usually not too terribly busy either. This spot isn't the reason you come to Pacific Grove, but it's a good place to stop by if you're already here.
We went on a Sunday of a race, a bit crowded but I am sure that is an exception。 Great views, and nice walk to it too。
There is somewhat more free parking in the area of Lovers' Point than in most areas around Monterey。 There's a beach, a grassy area, bicycle and kayak rental, and restrooms。 There are prettier spots along the shore, but few with easier access。
excellent for photos and relaxing. Great stop after a walk thru the boulevard and the town. A Couple of restaurant around for a break
its small, alittle unkept, but it is very nice and peaceful both times we as a family have gone. It's a great little stop for those with little ones, or anyone that don't wish to fight rocks, or huge waves.
Nice spot to enjoy a breeze, the sun glistening off of the ocean, and the sound of waves。 We coffee and strolled around nibbling on our pastries from Pavel's Backerei。 The gulls are quite funny in how gangs will follow you, but it's a relaxing stroll or stop。 Ten minutes will rejuvenate you。
This is a really nice little beach, small grassy park, or place to view the sea lions. This is a good spot to start your walk on the great bike/pedestrian path into Monterey. There is even a parking lot, yeah!
杏彩彩票投注Visiting during the recent storms California experienced in December we walked in misty rain, hand-in-hand, experiencing the joy and presence of God and in our lives。 We marveled at the raging waves hitting the rocks and the bravery of the surfers challenging that might。 Flowers in bloom thriving now from the welcome moisture needed to survive and show their beauty。 Wondering at the little statues and the hands who shaped them。 Awed by the wind-blown trees whose shape and form reflect the years of ocean winds they have survived。 Memories of dear friends who lived and walked here in years gone by, hand in hand as we were, and now he walks alone, missing the love of his live。 Pleasant memories。
It is a must go to for taking in the ocean view. can walk or drive. Yes.... I enjoy it there. Feast of the Lanterns in July at sunset is unique and worth attending. Close to downtown Pacific Grove with great little shops and fabulous food. The Little Red House is affordable little pricey but well worth quality food and above average service. Staff warm friendly and prompt. The Thrift Stores Or Resale shops are upscale quality finds if you search. A brand new Teak Wood Wind chime ($75-100 new) for $10--($75-100 silk scarfes for $5-10).