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... the west end of the Recreation trail, a nice biking and walking trail that keeps you away from the traffic, you end up at the northern end of 17 Mile Drive. For those of you who don't know, 17 Mile Drive is a beautiful, privately-owned road that runs around the outside of the peninsula between Monterey and Carmel. Absolutely beautiful views of this section of the California coast. It runs by and through some of the most famous ...
... 8217;t worry. I have a credit card, and I’ll pay for your meals.” He takes the tab out of my hand, and disappears.
Where did he go? I wonder. I can’t believe what just happened. What a saint he is! I want to kiss him, and get his number! I’m thrilled about his generosity, but upset at my visitors.
Later that evening, as I’m trying to sleep, ...
... the deck and sails were out in the sea. It was an absolutely picturesque sight.
Upon arriving at Carmel, we searched for the 17-mile Drive in Big Sur. My dad knew about its secrets but my mom and I were in for a surprise. We started off on the route.
The first stop was a place called Bird Rock, where large birds (what else?) crowded the surface of an enormous rock in the sea close to shore. It was magical to see them, ...
The other couple came in too – he had a repair – we looked around and saw several items that we OK … then finished with the other couple, the salesperson attended to us. As it turned out, her first suggestion was “it” even though I tried on several more pairs. My attention turned to sunglasses and I bought a new pair of RayBans. We got a $100 discount for buying two pairs and I was happy.
... bit of a shame as the story behind the mission and how it has evolved over the years is an interesting one that deserves being told properly. The curator should pay a visit to Ellis Island.
After walking around the mission for an hour or so we move on to 17 Mile Drive. The "classic" part of 17 Mile Drive hugs the coastline between Pacific Grove on the northern part of the Monterey Peninsula ...