Green Gables Inn, A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hi! Sunday was such a great day and just added to the greatness of Saturday and my birthday trip as a whole.
I got to Point Lobos Natural State Reserve in the Carmel area at 8:00am when it opened. I was excited because this place has such good reviews. Now I know why! I hiked straight for a little over 5 hours all over this reserve. The coolest part were the AMAZING Cypress trees!!!!! I felt like I was hiking in and around a ...
... highways. Nearby Carmel and Monterey are must sees with fantastic dining and white sand beaches. Either way you'll want to be sure to take US1, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway, which runs north and south and has much better ocean views in the center of the state than further south. As I work my way further north in California, I must say that my opinion is greatly improving!
... We were pretty toasty after a few hours so drove around to Asilomar Beach again for half hour so Dan could go body surfing. He only caught the one then the cold got the better of him. It was a relaxed day all round and that evening we just chilled and made a really nice pasta meal. It makes such a different to have a kitchen and cook decent food.
Today we certainty left the best for last and drove the scenic 17-Mile Drive route through Pebble Beach and Pacific ...
... grunge to be seen, which I hadn't expected. It was still enjoyable to walk the street knowing Steinbeck had perhaps taken those same routes. We had a taste of clam chowder as the temperatures cooled. We were wearing shorts so we jumped in every other store to warm up. After a few more gift purchases, it was back south on Highway 1 to Big Sur with multiple stops along the way for photo ops.
Highway 1 is an absolutely stunning stretch to drive. The ...
... and found a delightful outdoor restaurant to have lunch. Right next door was one of the Wine Tasting places on our Wine Walk that Josh and Wanda had given me. Althea and I decided that would be a perfect way to finish off lunch, so the boys walked around Carmel while we enjoyed some wine tasting.
After that, we went to Lilly's school because they were having a Farmer's Market there. The school has a ...