Carmel Garden Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... from the collector Volkswagen show that was held earlier up the coast. Carmel has a fascinating "collection" of nooks and crannies all over town. They are so enticing....even if there are no retail shops, some of them just look so appealing. Makes me want a "courtyard"! I wandered all over town and then came back for a late lunch with Mike and a nice patio visit with some new friends....We met Jake the rescue dog whose 85 year old owner (Nancy) ...
... So after we took as many pictures as we could fit on our phones (most of us had to start deleting apps or old pictures to create storage for the amount of photos we have taken on this trip so far) we got back in the car and continued up the coast until we got to Point Lobos National Park. Before going on the trip we didn’t know much about this park but a quick Google search and with the help of our good friend- Trip Advisor- we realized it ...
... a dollar a mile.... not too bad actually! Our first glimpse of this part of the coast saw us taking pictures of a lone Cypress tree, sticking out over the ocean... a real iconic view of this part of California. We drove through the famous Pebble Beach golf course, once owned by Bing Crosby and where numerous celebrities have played and won, including the actor Bill Murray. I then made a load of new friends down on the main stretch of ...
... tonight. Was a little worried about our accommodation here, turns out its very good, big room, can even see the ocean from our room and walk a block to food, shops and ocean. Staying near Cannery Row, which i think was a John Steinbeck book or something like that? (lost without my internet) Very cute area. Boutiquey and touristy of course, but such a pretty spot all lit up at night. Good to hear these are getting through to y'all! ...
... my first massage experience from last year - the answer is shockingly NO, I did not insist on keeping my shorts and tank top on this time. I'm slowly adjusting to spa culture...there is hope for me yet.
Baking for me, massages for Mel, Highway 1 vistas, a bit of midday shopping in Carmel-by-the-sea and of course hiking Point Labos, Day 6 proved to be a rejuvenating multi-sensory experience. I feel zen...I think this is what zen feels ...