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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The drive from San Simeon to Carmel would have to be one of the best in the world! As you start to wind up the coast the views get better and better. The hills are if and the going is slow in the RV but you just are overcome with awe as drive. We found a nice little spot to stay with a great park for James to play in. We also got a fire going and beers around it which Truley brought me into holiday mode. Carmel is nice piece of the ...
... beans and some shredded iceberg; gross. But, our discovery of Verve coffee made up for it...I would bookmark it, but I think the odds of my being in Santa Cruz again are slim....
So, we finally made Monterey...about time to turn around for SF, LOL. We drove the famous 17 Mile Drive...Brady wanted to go by Pebble Beach, since he hasn't covered a tournament there, but mainly it was just looking at the gorgeous views. We ...
... on the beach. Great for the dogs, but the owners have to clear up any mess made. Must admit, everyone we saw did clean up after their dogs which was good.
Carmel & Monterey is obviously, very, very wealthy and the houses are stunning. We checked on Trip Advisor for places to go and eat and decided to try Dametra. It is ranked number one on Trip Advisor and is usually very, very busy. The hotel could not manage to get through to make a booking, ...
... The Golden Gate Bridge spans the 'Golden Gate', a mile wide channel where the Pacific meets the Bay Area (Americans are good at giving simple names to almost everything). It was first sailed through by those sneaky Spanish in 1776, who surprised the native Indians and establishment a settlement named after Saint Francis of Assisi. The gold rush of 1849 meant the Bay Area had swelled to a population of over 10 million by 1910, and within this number the feeling ...
... admittedly I am still wearing a fleece. I am amassing a fine selection of balls from the inept golfists however, that's got to be worth something. No sign of any kids, but everyone has a dog. Bryan now tells me we are in the dog friendliest city in the US of A. No sign of Clint Eastwood either, but still looking out for him. Plenty of old geezers that could be him. Really having a chance to unwind today and do nothing ...