Green Lantern Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Green Lantern Inn Bed and Breakfast Carmel
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... crawl forward until they inched out of the sun's glare.
Very impressive coast line which I will review on line.
Finally we got to Monetary when it was dark and checked into the motel. My stress had developed into a huge pain in the shoulders that could only be relieved by inhaling beers. Word from reception was the nearest service station was 3 traffic lights up the road, not in walking distance so it was not happening, my beer had to wait. We ...
... Carmel. Along the drive, we stopped to see seals perched on a giant rock, all barking as the sun started to set. We tried to look for shells but didn't find anything good. We also stopped to see the lone Cyprus, a famous landmark in California, and also the logo for Pebble Beach. Speaking of Pebble Beach, we also stopped by their lodge to do some souvenir shopping, and also so Justin could see one of the holes at the famous golf course. He dropped his newly purchased golf ...
... just in time to get ready for dinner. We had a beautiful seafood dinner at Passionfish. We received champagne in our hotel room and got a candle in our dessert at dinner....basically, we've decided we should start telling people we are on our honeymoon more often!!
... ordered clam chowder in a sour dough bowl. Yummy! Doug ordered a beef sandwich on a sour dough bun. The meat and fixings were good but the bun was very hard and Doug had a hard time chewing through it. We were thinking of Mother, and knowing she would not have been able to eat the bun at all. We browsed through a couple of souvenir shops but found nothing we couldn't live without. We continued through the wharf and then made our way to the starting point for the Powell ...
... totally enjoyable. Today after breakfasting with some of the Ag group, Jim & I walked to the aquarium - spent about 4 hours there - very impressive place despite all the other tourists crowding around the exhibits. There were numerous animals and sea life to view, of course, but for some reason I was captivated by the jelly fish (see attached) and Sardines! This was a fun place to tour. ...