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 …
... we went to Lover’s Point in PG to pick up our 5k packet. Yes, for those of you who may not know, we signed up for the 5k here in PG. One of the sponsors is the Wounded Warrior project which we whole heartedly support. They ran the marathon today; they have a Triathlon, a 10k and 5k run… except we are walking!
Then, stopped by the Wharf Marketplace which is an old train station ...
... fog, much like the gig that lingers in San Fran.
We were advised to head up a few blocks to the Cyprus Inn which served up a great lunch. It stood out more though for the kind of patrons it catered to! The Cypress Inn, and most of Carmel ...
... on that one. Don't know how these Californians handle all this massive traffic.
Today, Carmel and Monterey! The first place we visited was Point Lobos State Reserve, the place Charlotte told me was a "must visit". Harlan's already mentioned that we couldn’t hike the trail she suggested, but the ones we did hike were spectacular. The coastline reminded us of the Oregon coast, where we spent time many years ago. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Very spacous two bedroom cottage. Comfortable and clean, breakfast served to the room. Highly recommended when staying in Carmel.
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