BEST WESTERN Carmel's Town House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Carmel's Town House Lodge
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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... best stops we made was at Pescadero, which had a stunning beach and views over the pacific. It also had a small village slightly inland which we drove to, and picked up some fresh local strawberries in the store. A lady in a wine shop down the road recommended a goats cheese farm to us, apparently just around the corner, so we paid that a visit and thank god we did as the cheese was delicious! All kinds of variety on this tiny farm. We had a quick sample and then hit the road ...
... I had shorts on I needed to be extra careful. It was a very tricky manoeuvre. We said our goodbyes and off we go for the last part of the journey across the Bixby Bridge and then on to Carmel.
We arrive in Carmel late afternoon and check into our hotel La Playa Carmel. This is a lovely old hotel that has recently been renovated. The hotel has about 70+ rooms, small pool and stunning gardens. It is very laid back, with a charming old world feel. ...
... t stay too long. We drove to the local RV park (entrance closed) but still stopped to cook some dinner, then kept driving about an hour further south. We decided then to stop as the road visibility was rather poor and the roads were very windy, foggy and dark, besides I wanted to see the scenery the next morning. So that was a long day behind the wheel for Darren, ~14hrs of ...
... smothered in sauce, or they have misplaced their geography. Since when has osso bucco been made with lamb. And an Italian burger made with French bread and Greek feta cheese. And as for the fact that they call their main courses, bloody entrees - entree is bloody French for starter. Found some dehydrated underpants always useful in a town with no water. And now back on the beach in the sunshine, the sea mists have ...
... enjoyed some delicious wines:) San Francisco is super cool, but I'm sooooo happy to be moving on to a city much less populated! Sonoma is lovely, and I could totally live on a vineyard for the rest of my life, but I'm not sure I would get much accomplished with all the delicious wine hanging around;) we are still finding our traveling groove, so that is why this blog is being sent around 11pm. Ah, someday we'll get some rest, just not ...