Vagabond's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it is a small one, so small I couldn't find it. All I saw was seals sitting on rocks barking to other seals that my rock is bigger than your rock, and fat seagulls waddling after garbage trucks trying to get airborne to chase the tender waste. Rather than face another abandoned clam chowder bread bowl we rented push bikes and cycled 17 miles to Carmel. Clint Eastwood was Mayor of Carmel once upon his career. But that still didn't impress me as much as ...
... location saw the seals return in the early 1990s. Since then, the population has exploded to well over 1000 at times. Now we can safely view the seals thanks to the efforts of "Super Friends", set up to protect the seals and their habitat. Just along the coast is the Piedras Biancas Lighthouse.
We then drive to Ragged Point and stop for a bite of lunch. By this time we were starving and you should never stop for food when you are this hungry as ...
Well Amir wrote a whole entry and then somehow it wasn't saved or published so here I am.
We had a wonderful day today driving from Santa Barbara to Carmel via Big Sur. We started early in the morning (Amir is really trying to pack it in this trip). We headed north up the 1/101. First we drove through Buelton, home of split pea soup up to Cayucos. We stopped in Cayucos for gas and water, Amir says because I was getting ...
After taking many pictures at many of the Vista points including my own pullout to get a photo of the great Bixby Bridge, I decided to drive past the State Parks coming into Carmel, and drown myself in music to get pumped up for my next adventure. Walking along the beach on Ocean Ave was so much fun but the wind started picking up so i made the most of my time and hopped back in the warm car. Awaiting a call from a good friend, i tried buying my ...
... The fog, like wandering fingers, constantly flows, drifting up and down the hillside as the climate changes throughout the day.
For breakfast: banana and almond butter sandwhiches. Dining area: an impeccably beautiful cliffside picnic table. The show: a few hundred grey whales, jumping out of the big blue.
We could have stayed there all day at Lucia cafe/restaurant, watching the display of natural beauty unfold. But after a couple hours ...