Carmel Country Inn
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The Sierra's appeared covered with a haze of smoke- wildfires have been ever present. We returned to SF at night to steady light rain. It's needed. However, for the trip down the coast to Monterey and Carmel we had beautiful weather. Great views of the Pacific coast, lots of wildlife and time for a leisurely lunch at the Bubba Gump Restaurant and Market ...
Monday: We left Monterey and made an early stop in Carmel to visit the old Spanish Mission. We were able to walk through the old chapel as well as the basilica before touring through the fountained gardens and old bedrooms and kitchen. It was as if we were transported back in time to the old Spanish west. The mission was an incredible piece of Spanish architecture built back in 1770 and was an amazing unplanned stop. Following that brief stop, we quickly headed for the Big Sur area ...
... drums. They had every lady in the place up dancing. It was great fun and this is why it is so popular. The food is good but the evening is great. They repeated the entertainment again about 10.00, as it was someones birthday. We had a great night and great food too.
Today we are going to do the 17 Mile Drive. The drive takes you past some of the most amazing homes in Carmel on the Monteray peninsula. We stopped off at a couple of the vantage ...
... of their time grooming themselves. They smash their food onto rocks, using the rocks as tools to open the hard shells of food they catch. The presenter told us that there are only 2,900 sea otters in California so they monitor the populations closely and try to support repopulation.
In the other presentation we learned that 99 percent of the world's surface is underwater. A few ...
We went to Ish & Mathias in Carmel and had a walk around downtown Carmel. We stopped at a Mediterranean place for lovel falafel lunch then Mathias went off to the vintage car race and we stayed with Ish and Arabella at their home, chatting while Ish planned a fabulous itinerary for our car trip down the Big Sur tomorrow. Downtown Carmel and Ish & Mathias's neighbourhood is very cute. Apparently there are no street lights in Carmel at ...