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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we left behind Cambria to head up Highway 1 to Carmel. It was about a 2.5hr journey (without stops) but wow.. What an incredible road! It follows the coastline and is all sharp bends and steep drops. The views are unbelievable, seriously looks like it's off a postcard. One of the stops along the way was to see the elephant seals on the beach, we parked up and stood watching the handful of seals laying on the beach.. Before walking a ...
... rocks. We checked into our camp site and elected for an unpowered site having juiced up the two days previous. We walked along the shoreline watching fishermen casting from the beach whilst large pelicans watched and waited for their share of the winnings as if it was their right to get any of the fisherman's catch. After a long walk stretching our legs we went to get fish n chips for dinner electing to sit in the little restaurant watching customers coming in all shapes and sizes ...
... but all set in lovely woodland / coastal setting. Whilst some of the houses are extraordinary and get girls attention they show no interest in extraordinary golf courses like pebble beach and spyglass..... Heathens ! Then to Carmel which is very pretty and busy. Have lunch in French restaurant but not to girls liking as they spend most of time scraping Parmesan off their pizzas. Back to hotel and ...
... All along our journey today, we have kept bumping into another couple obviously making the same journey as ourselves. We saw them in Morro Bay, Hearst Castle, the Elphant Seals and now at the Nepenth restaurant. We had been admiring his car an AC Cobra, when he told me to sit in it to get my photo taken.
The car was lovely, but when you get in and out you have to be very careful not to burn your legs as the exhaust runs along the sides of the ...
... but these days you must have an overnight stay. I guess if you can afford the round of gold then you can afford the overnight stay in The Lodge !
We left Pebble Beach and straight away entered the area known as Carmel by the Sea - so pretty and much more affordable … well … some houses are. However the shops … for the most part that’s another story.
We had 1 ½ hours ...