Vagabond's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drums. They had every lady in the place up dancing. It was great fun and this is why it is so popular. The food is good but the evening is great. They repeated the entertainment again about 10.00, as it was someones birthday. We had a great night and great food too.
Today we are going to do the 17 Mile Drive. The drive takes you past some of the most amazing homes in Carmel on the Monteray peninsula. We stopped off at a couple of the vantage ...
From Indio we travelled around Los Angeles and along the central California coast towards Ventura. It was a really busy highway but Paul, with the help of Myrtle and me, got us through some difficult driving. Ventura was an interesting place to poke around...lots of quirky little shops, and a surfers paradise. We stayed at about the only campground close to town called Ventura Beach RV Resort. It was near to the major 101 highway ...
... stand and then ice cream cones in every flavor possible - such an imagination. Wanda had to work late so she and Josh joined us at the Black Bear Diner for dinner. Another great day in Carmel.
Wednesday, Sept 18 - We did another trial run dropping Lilly off at school today and we got her there in plenty of time - Yeah! Josh came over after finishing up his classes for the day to work on our computer. ...
We went to Ish & Mathias in Carmel and had a walk around downtown Carmel. We stopped at a Mediterranean place for lovel falafel lunch then Mathias went off to the vintage car race and we stayed with Ish and Arabella at their home, chatting while Ish planned a fabulous itinerary for our car trip down the Big Sur tomorrow. Downtown Carmel and Ish & Mathias's neighbourhood is very cute. Apparently there are no street lights in Carmel at ...
... elected it to our favorite town so far! Many of the restaurants just looked too posh for a family in shorts and sandals. Nevertheless we stopped at il Formaio, an Italian restaurant specialising in Sardegna cuisine and not the usual Italian - it was excellent cooking of a different kind to the many standard Italians. For the first time during our USA trip we sat 2.5 hrs and enjoyed a slow tasty meal with wines, double espressos, etc. From Wikipedia: ...