Carmel Resort Inn
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We left SF at 10 after picking up our rental car, a black Ford Taurus packed with electronic features (the car even can serve as a hot spot....). We drove south on I 280 towards 1 Infinity Loop, Cupertine - the Apple head office. We drove around the campus of buildings and then drove off direction Santa Cruz. After driving in cloudy and partially …
Decided to drive up to the Big Sur region today and stop in Carmel. Beautiful drive up the coast, especially once I reached the Big Sur area, the scenery became very dramatic ad the road hugs the coast. A number of viewing stops on this part of the trip including an elephant seal colony at Piedras Biancas beach. Big Sur is a sparsely populated …
... on the beach, read, blog and enjoy the pacific views. Whilst amongst the dunes noted that they have a rare black leg-less lizard that they are trying to protect. Leg-less lizard? That would be a snake then wouldn't it? And there was a ninja attack squirrel/chipmunk that liked the look of Bryan. Dinner at a Belgian owned French restaurant, I went for pizza, Bryan went for the Tuscan stew. How's that for misplaced ...
Having missed out on San Diego Sea World and been a bit underwhelmed by Shark Bay in Vegas, we had all our hopes pinned in the Monterey Bay aquarium - and were not disappointed. Definitely the best we've been to anywhere, and makes London look like amateur hour. We got there just in time to see feeding in Open Ocean tank, the window to which is about as large as your average cinema screen. In the tank they have a few ...
... were a lot of consignment shops and not the best shopping. There were some lovely antique shops, but unfortunately we can't pack furniture in our suitcases!
We left Pacific Grove and went back to Monterey to take advantage of the weekly market. There were many local vendors selling everything from scarves to local produce. We purchased some fresh fruit, tomatoes and nuts. Our next venture was the famous 17 mile drive through ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarmel Resort Inn
Very spacous two bedroom cottage. Comfortable and clean, breakfast served to the room. Highly recommended when staying in Carmel.
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