Sandpiper Inn Carmel
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Lovely and homely, with a massive bed
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Hummingbirds at breakfast, pelicans at lunch. Plenty of interesting wildlife, looking to avoid the pit vipers in the sand dunes. On the beach. It's probably about 20 degrees, we are in shorts. Everyone else dressed in black fleeces. Had a mooch round the city, well village to be fair, and marvelled at the hideous artwork and sculpture. First shop …
... you, I’d drive all the way back there for another plate of those golden pieces of goodness. We paid our tab, and hit the road once again. One thing you should know, in the community of Pebble Beach. they have what they call, ‘the 17 mile drive’, in which, you drive all around the grounds, get majestic ocean views and look at houses that you can only dream of living in, I’m now making a plan on how I can be a member of the exclusive ‘Pebble ...
So, it is 6:40pm, PST, watching The Ohio State Buckeyes playing Cal. We are ahead 45-20. Each game can go either way, so it's not over until it’s over. So far today, almost all Big Ten schools have won: Michigan State, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, and Iowa. Penn State and Illinois lost. Boo!
Yesterday, Dick and I decided to go into Carmel to walk around and have lunch. What a lunch we ...
... in the things she liked. Darn it!
Time to head to Monterey and check in to our motel. We found our way in the dark to our motel and checked in. We did a quick bag drop in our room and then headed to a local restaurant called Hula's which the guy at the hotel reception had recommended when we checked in.
Hula's was great! Lovely food and great beer. Suz had a mango chicken Caesar salad and Gav had coconut crusted fish. Both were impressed with the ...
... by many little California Beach Squirrels scurrying around in the sand. Then, it was time to head back to Carmel, singing along with Rod Stewart and the Jersey Boys as we rolled down the highway. Nancy, our Carmel Chef, whipped up a few grilled cheese sandwiches which hit the spot with a little wine and after dinner drinks on the patio before retiring to bed about midnight. Another fabulous day of making memories in California!