Casa de Carmel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to report the baker at the B&B uses Cristco in place of butter, so we will not be stuffing our faces with home baked cake and cookies as reported in the last blog. Cristco has no place in a cookie. Yuck.
By 11 am we were in our 'sporty' black Lancer heading for Highway 1 with a day bag full of every type of clothing we had. As rather experienced west coast travellers who tend to get cold at the whisper of a light breeze ...
... the day was the best part of the coastal drive. We had some gorgeous views of the coast, especially along Big Sur. My favorite part was when we stopped and saw a ton of elephant seals and then stopped an hour later and saw a bunch of whales swimming and spurting out water. Now we're heading to Yosemite and we're going to stop to camp somewhere along the way. 'Twas a beautiful ...
... a burrito. We got the food to go and headed back to the motorhome intent on eating while watching some Canadian news. Wrong! Turns out that the satellite dish was perfectly placed to pick up signals but it was now in the way of the bedroom slide that we had forgotten to put back out. AARGGGH! After some fiddling in the dark, Bob got it tuned in again and we had our ...
... like Mesa Grill, amazing and expensive - Little Napoli. Usually I like Dick’s meal better than mine. Not yesterday! I had lasagna that was to die for. As Dick put it, "light and very flavorful." His was very good, but mine was great. He had Al Forno Sinatra. Yes, Sinatra. Turns out that the Sinatra family was family friends of the Pepe family in Hoboken. Frank (yeah, personal friend!! ...
... to be a big fish processing centre and cannery row was where all the canning took place. today the old processing buildings house restaurants and shops. fisherman's wharf is much the same but is still a pier with working fishing and pleasure boats.
after a quick dinner at one of the local seafood restaurants we walked back to the motel.
a quick dip in the pool before bed time.