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Travel Blogs from Carmel
I woke up early and i did not had breakfast. I did the check out and go to a taxi. It was 1h. 30 of trip to Carmel. In the car i dreamed and remebered all my memories at San Francisco, i am never forget this trip. I arrived at an asian hotel near Carmel's Beach. So after i did the check in i went to eat at the Carmel Golf Club, i eat a Lobster …
Being at sea without sleeping can cause hallucinations, in fact my first one happened when after passing beneath a bridge in San Fran, I was convinced that this was a dead-end. I almost turned away but I trusted the charts and passed through.
Some things are not real, like sea-monsters, but Mermaids are. A couple days ago, or it could have …
... were a lot of consignment shops and not the best shopping. There were some lovely antique shops, but unfortunately we can't pack furniture in our suitcases!
We left Pacific Grove and went back to Monterey to take advantage of the weekly market. There were many local vendors selling everything from scarves to local produce. We purchased some fresh fruit, tomatoes and nuts. Our next venture was the famous 17 mile drive through ...
... the giant roller coaster at Buffalo Bills casino looming out of the distance in the desert was a surreal sight to say the least. We also discovered Bonnie and Clyde's death car was displayed at Whiskey Petes, which worked out well as I'd been looking for it, without doing any real research. Eventually we arrived at our hotel on the border of Westside and Century City in the City of Angels. This is the part of the trip I've been dreading the most as L.A to me ...
... by-the-Sea! Perhaps a little bit of the Enchanted Forest? We continued our walk and tackled Cardiac Hill again. It is not much easier the second time, I can assure you, but we had gone a lot further today, so we were still huffing and puffing our way. The rest of the day was a little more restful, as Tom took a rest, whilst I took a trip down to Seaside for a look at the shops, and, no, I did not see ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed