Casa de Carmel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> This wasn't just rv camping but tent camping too and when you looked up into the hills there were tents scattered everywhere.
The friendly children that the kids met in the short time we were there seemed to part of a holy group that were staying at the site and on our way out we noticed churches on every corner in Carmel. It's a big Bible Belt area (des's words not mine)!
Foot on the gas we were on our was to San Fran ...
... however Ben had made a minor error... he had misplaced his fire starting equipment. So the fire had to be started by using the car cigarette lighter, which we assumed would not be tricky. It must have taken well over an hour. The tactic was to pick up dry grasses, stick them in the cigarette lighter, then as they start to smoulder blow on them and as the smoke built up continue blowing until they caught. However this is easier said than ...
... across a large group of seals lounging about on the nearby rocks, some in the water with their fins in the air, almost like they were waving at us. Didn't have too much longer to wait before we saw what we had signed up for! A group of whales, easily identified by the approx 200 sealions marking the area. Quite ...
... the special exhibit including needle jellies, bioluminescent jellies and the famous Portuguese man of war. Did you know that the Portuguese man of war is found all over the Mediterranean sea?
Like most aquariums, they had indoor tidal pools where you can touch some of the sea animals and plants. Sea cucumbers, star fish, crabs, abalone and many more different kinds of animals could be found in the ...
The fire in Yosemite raged on. So Rachel and I found ourselves driving down the Pacific Coast towards Big Sur National Park. Home to spectacular views of redwood forests from high cliff faces as the mountain side rises abruptly from the sea, this park was recommended to me time and time again, and now I was to find out why.
The road trip started on Wednesday morning with Rachel behind the wheel and yours truly being chief navigator, pedestrian watcher ...