Sandpiper Inn Carmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Lovely and homely, with a massive bed
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... we joined the long line of visitors waiting to board the ferry back to SF. Back on the mainland, we strolled toward Pier 39, otherwise known as Fisherman's Wharf. This is a very busy area full of shops and restaurants as well as street performers and wall to wall tourists. Our mission was to have lunch and ride the cable car back to Union Square. We found the famous Boudin Bakery that is renowned for its sour dough bread. I love clam chowder, and that is a SF favourite ...
... and was told that the golfers and residents had banned them. Discrimination! Cruised through a few beaches and stopped at Asilomar which was powdery white sand and dog friendly. Unfortunately, I have not figured out how to secure Patty to the bike yet. Teed off at Pacific Grove at 330. Great day!
Headed north on Monday towards San ...
... 6.45am. I showered and dressed and started updating the blog while Doug was showering. Around 7.30 or so, Mary and George knocked on the door – "ready for breakfast?" They changed their minds and got up extra early for us.
We decided to meet them in the lobby where there was free coffee, tea, muffins, biscuits so we sat there chatting for half an hour before I noticed someone standing around looking a little lost. I asked if he ...
... the outdoor fire pit at our hotel, then called it a night. I took a short walk around just to get a bit of exercise, and then turned it. The Candlelight Inn is lovely and very comfortable.
Made coffee (Paul Newman's, in one of those weird machines, but it was good) and had some breakfast in the room (did not want the complimentary breakfast left outside the door - it was paltry). Walked downtown and looked ...
... in a way he didn't like he'd use his tail like a sculling oar and adjust his position. Pretty amazing. the title refers to my Mom's Dad. He was a great swimmer and loved the water. In later years he put on a few pounds and whether or not that helped, he could actually fall asleep doing the back float!
The next day Patti returned to the boat with her sis, Ruth Ann, and Ruth Ann’s neighbor, Genny. Ruth Ann’s ...