Seven Gables Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Seven Gables Inn Pacific Grove
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... has forested (but still steep) hills, so it was quite a contrast from the desert-like hiking we had done in Arizona or the scrub brush covered hills we had hiked near San Diego. The mostly collapsed mine shafts and the ruins of remaining buildings had big warnings about disease carrying rats for those that might be stupid enough to try to go inside. There were also more warnings about mountain lion sightings. We ate lunch at the site of English Town, ...
... abroad I know enough to see it from different angles – is this family poor because they don’t live by American standards, or do we call them poor because they live in a home with a dirt floor? When I eat fruit at home I am often struck by how insipid it tastes compared to the local fruit in other countries, especially in the “poor”, small towns whose street farmers market extends for blocks and this real food is incredibly ...
... the gardens were immaculate and well watered. I guess it pays to be a tourist destination. Lots more photos on the other camera so I will try to upload them later. Spent more time in Cambria, and went to a very nice pub steak house. I have to admit but the Americans do good food...may not be healthy but it is plentiful. Next day drove up the pacific coast to Carmel ...
Today has been the most beautiful day of our trip so far...we left San Luis Obispo and drove in the direction of Monterey through the Pacific Coast Highway. The view is beautiful, we stopped time to time to take pictures of white sand beaches, nature, landscapes. We saw squirrels, and ...
... beside a steep cliff to the ocean below. Luckily, we were on the mountain side. Not for the faint hearted! This is rated as one of the top five drives in the world and I can see why. Spectacular!!
Louis Armstrong came on the radio singing "What a Wonderful World". Yes Louis, sure ...