Carmel Resort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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 …
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My friend, Rob, came over on Saturday and we headed down to Monterrey for late ...
... Quite delicious candy and quite historic surroundings. We spoke of John Steinbeck and Kelly was sorry he did not have time to find some canned sardines.
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... pride in being known as the gay capital of the world. Some have enormous pride in a bridge and an island that was a prison (and has more myth attached to it than king Arthur does). They are obsessed with earthquakes, freely admit the Tenderloin district is dangerous and confess they have a problem with homeless drifters. None of these things upset San Franciscans. Yet refer to their city with one of the earlier used abbreviations and they get all uppity. I really like the ...