BEST WESTERN Carmel's Town House Lodge
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... gift shop too. Poor Jeff only got wine.
Finally left Napa and headed towards Sausalito for lunch. Had a short walk around Sausalito too and Julia was very restrained in the Christmas decoration shop, not buying a single item. Quite astonishing. Made a brief stop at Marin county headland for a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge with yet more of that ubiquitous fog rolling in.
On the city side of the bridge we stopped near the Cliff House ...
... Tigers." What a small world - they were from Baton Rouge and the one with the LSU shirt had actually purchased a house in St. Francisville from my cousin and her husband (Jan and Johnny).
After a little shopping in the Phoenix Gift Shop below the restaurant, we loaded back in Ms. Goldy and headed back to Carmel to the tunes of Heidi's Party Rock CD. What a perfect day it was for these LSU yaya's!
... s the only thing I can think to compare it to. Then, if the view isn't enough, you can stop and watch the Elephant Seals on the beaches. Such a great experience to spend time watching them come in and out of the sea and squabble over areas of sand. We headed to a restaurant on the site of Rita Hayworth's old house that Orson Welles had bought for her for some dinner and had the sunset on the coast. Then we headed through the end of the winding, pitch black ...
... Randolph Hearst's zebras, which were grazing close to the road. These are remnants from the original herd, and are still living happily on the grasslands that are part of the Hearst Ranch. After finally getting our hands on the book (and yes, it is worth it) we set forth along the coast road toward Carmel. If you have read the previous blog, you will know that to travel this stretch of road in the reverse direction ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Good location, close to the main street with all the shops and plenty of restaurants. Room is average in size, but above average in furnishing. Very tastefully and comfortable. The sundeck has a nice view over town and you can see the ocean from there. At night they light a wood fire, which is very nice.
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