San Antonio House Inn

Address: Ocean and San Antonio St., Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93921, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Ocean and San Antonio St., Carmel, is near Carmel Walks, Lake San Antonio, Carmel Bay Company, and Palo Corona Regional Park.
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Travel Blogs from Carmel

Friday 6th in Monterey

A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jun 06, 2014

... Lots of specialist shops, but we didn't have enough time there to look in them much. Further south to Carmel, and on to the Big Sur coastline - all very attractive, but there is a lot of kelp in the water, which I don't think would make it very attractive for swimming in really. The scenery is lovely, though. Back to Carmel, and Jason the Tour Guide, gave us a walking tour around, ...

Must be one of the most beautiful drives ever!!!!

A travel blog entry by mamacass on May 18, 2014

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... location saw the seals return in the early 1990s. Since then, the population has exploded to well over 1000 at times. Now we can safely view the seals thanks to the efforts of "Super Friends", set up to protect the seals and their habitat. Just along the coast is the Piedras Biancas Lighthouse.

We then drive to Ragged Point and stop for a bite of lunch. By this time we were starving and you should never stop for food when you are this hungry as ...

The Journey is the Destination

A travel blog entry by eri_miri on Dec 01, 2013

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Well Amir wrote a whole entry and then somehow it wasn't saved or published so here I am.

We had a wonderful day today driving from Santa Barbara to Carmel via Big Sur. We started early in the morning (Amir is really trying to pack it in this trip). We headed north up the 1/101. First we drove through Buelton, home of split pea soup up to Cayucos. We stopped in Cayucos for gas and water, Amir says because I was getting ...

Monterey and beyond

A travel blog entry by merrimen on Oct 17, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... the top of you, into a rock pool. You could see how the sea creatures interacted with the ebb and flow of the wave. We ended up leaving the gift shop with a very large orange octopus under Fed's arm, and a furry turtle under Amadeo's.
We were heading off to see Pebble beach, to grab a pebble! when Carlo helped a lady with her car door as we left Monterey, he had a long chat with her. She was a doctor in San Fran, but had a place in Pebble Beach itself. she gave ...

Highway 1

A travel blog entry by mrpeters on Jul 20, 2013

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... cattle this time, just an irate farmer. A quick stop for gas then safely on the the 101. We had heard about Highway 1, a slow windy road that hugs the coast. Confirmed...it is a very slow windy road that hugs the coast. Day 3 of driving was taking us to the coastal town of Monterey, about 2 hours south of San Francisco. Highway 1 was quite busy in parts, obviously many tourists drive this stretch of road. At some points on the road the car was motoring at 15 mph ...