Sandpiper Inn Carmel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsSandpiper Inn Carmel
Lovely and homely, with a massive bed
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After driving about an hour down the coast, the next stop was Big Sur State Park. The park sat a couple of miles from the shore. Took a hike to a small waterfall first. The whole drought situation had gotten the ...
... still a great ride. We rode down through Big Sur, and there were tons of cars parked all along the road. We discovered a few days later that they were all people walking into the coastal parks. We stopped at several of the overlooks, but the pictures really don’t do it justice. It reminded us both of our drive along the Great Ocean Road in Australia.
We decided to go see what all those people were doing parked along the Highway, so ...
... as we have been driving through since a couple states ago without much in the way of vegetation. Not many towns on the #1 Hwy that stretch: we passed a town called Harmony, Population 18, in the middle of ranch land, and it had a restaurant! We passed about a million mustangs (the car that is) and felt a bit out of place in the corvette!
We stopped in a small community called Gorda Springs and enjoyed a sandwich ...
... to the bay for coffee and tea at a local cafe. Surprise surprise, our Swedish friends we had met only a few day ago in Fiji walked in. What a small world we live in! After a good catch up we all went on our way. They drove on to Santa Cruz while we went out in search for dinner. We found a unique restaurant, Bubba Gump, based on the movie Forest Gump. It was a novelty we couldn't resist. We went inside and ordered from the menu which ...
... drums. They had every lady in the place up dancing. It was great fun and this is why it is so popular. The food is good but the evening is great. They repeated the entertainment again about 10.00, as it was someones birthday. We had a great night and great food too.
Today we are going to do the 17 Mile Drive. The drive takes you past some of the most amazing homes in Carmel on the Monteray peninsula. We stopped off at a couple of the vantage ...