Sanctuary Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seemed to close early on Sunday. We decided to get some takeout sushi from a place closer to our hotel. We haven’t been very lucky this trip getting the first floor (we want it because we have so much luggage). We told our receptionist at the hotel, and not only did she get us a first floor room, it was directly in front of a parking spot and right next to the laundry room, so I was finally able to do laundry the right way. The ...
... Doris Day also owns a bed and breakfast in town but nobody ever sees her.
There is a funny law in Carmel. If you want to wear High Hells in the streets you have to apply for a permit. Some people have sued the council for falling over on the footpaths so they decided rather than having to spend money on upgrading the footpath they would ban high heels
They are very dog friendly in Carmel. Lots of people put them in coats and you ...
... saw lots of 'nodding donkey' oil well pumps. you could smell oil in the air too. route 198 then took us across the remote area of mustang ridge where we happened to see loads of eagle-like birds in the sky and at one point, as we rounded a corner, a coyote skulked across the field in front of us. we arrived in Monterey about 1.30pm and checked into our motel. we're in a convenient location for the harbour ...
... surprise - an all American, all singing and dancing Rodeo - rather threw them when we turned up to the car park in our 30ft rv and took up half the car park! Yeee ha, cowboy hats everywhere, popcorn packs as high as the rv, BBQ chicken and gallons of coke, national anthem, god save America, freedom to all and we're off.....
Ruby was jumping up and down in her ...
We've been incommunicado for a few days as Monday we drove the beautiful, but remote Big Sur. Not much talking going on between us as we just sat in awe of the most spectacular views of the coast around every corner. To be honest, it was all a bit too much to take in really - like some Michael Bay movie. The Pacific Coast Highway follows the sea cliffs high above the ocean, twisting and turning in line ...