Beachwalker Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... built up by the Nethercutts whose wealth seemingly was founded on cosmetics.
Born in South Bend, IN, on October 11, 1913, J.B. Nethercutt moved to Santa Monica, CA, in 1923 to live with his aunt and founder of Merle Norman Cosmetics, Merle Nethercutt Norman. He later left his studies at the California Institute of Technology to go into business with his aunt.On September 3, 1933, J.B. married his high school sweetheart, Dorothy Sykes. The marriage lasted ...
... from the 13th to the 16th century and then stored this stuff in warehouses all around the world. Then he built the house to display all of these pieces. The architect was woman named Julia Morgan, and they showed a home movie clip with her in it at the castle theater near the end of the tour. She was evidently very tiny and camera shy.
The house and grounds were very impressive! Very beautifully done, and some ...
... them and then checked into our hotel. I absolutely loved it. Decor was Spanish influenced and it just had a lovely feel about it. Our room was good, they offered vouchers for boys to have cookie in the afternoon (complimentary) and adults received vouchers each for alcoholic or not beverage in their small bar area after 5:30pm. Was such a lovely touch. We left boys watching NBA channel in the room and went down for ...
... stunning views over mountains and ocean. Then into car and stop at Cambria which is very quaint and pick up sandwiches from brill deli. Then onto horseriding at outback trail rides where girls head off into mountains on trail. I don't go due to my back so take a drive along coast and stop at beach car park before going to Leffingwell landing which is stunning in beautiful sunshine and stroll along boardwalk and ...
So we got up early (again) as we had a lot of travelling to do today. We decided the night before to skip the Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey and head for Carmel. Carmel was one of those places I was waffling on whether to visit or not...I just thought it would be expensive boutiques and expensive houses....well, it was, but I wish we had more then a few hours there. We parked on the road and walked down to the ocean - the beach was amazing ...