Seventeen Mile Drive is a loop of eponymous length that can be picked up a various entry points, or gates, on the Monterey Penninsula. There is an $8.00 toll fee. Part of the drive is shoreline and golf courses, and part of it is forest, interspersed with impressive residential housing. There are resorts on Seventeen Mile Drive, but many tourists, including my husband and me, stay elsewhere and then take the drive as a separate attraction. Some people go for the golf, some people for the architecture. My husband and I went to look for animals.
The first animals we saw were deer on the Spanish Bay golf course, where there are also accommodations. We pulled the car over and both steadily regarde...Read More