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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 …
... 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, ...
... which it seems has very little to do with pottery! - its more about furnishings and home decorating. Strolled about, got a coffee as I walked and got out some more cash then back to the hotel to wait for our pickup. Realised we were on a bus and had left my motion sickness pills packed away in my big suitcase so rummaged around locating that (in the last place I looked of course), locked my bag then remembered something else I wanted handy! Eventually all ...
... on the beach, read, blog and enjoy the pacific views. Whilst amongst the dunes noted that they have a rare black leg-less lizard that they are trying to protect. Leg-less lizard? That would be a snake then wouldn't it? And there was a ninja attack squirrel/chipmunk that liked the look of Bryan. Dinner at a Belgian owned French restaurant, I went for pizza, Bryan went for the Tuscan stew. How's that for misplaced ...
Saturday, September 14 - Today is the day we get to see Lilly! We left Sacramento and drove by Suisun Bay just northeast of Oakland and San Francisco, CA. This is where many of the Navy ships are left at anchor when they are de-commmissioned. It is called the Suisun Bay Ship Graveyard. Hard to believe these ships can't be used for something because there certainly are a lot of them!
We arrived in ...