Capitola Venetian Hotel
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... some amazing pictures to prove the point! So, after returning back to the cabin, we had our last supper and were joined by the lovely Lupin! A couple of wines and beers later, we were both ready to hit the hay - another lovely day in Yosemite. And so the sun rises on a new day and another set of adventures! Top down and Off we headed back to the coast, with the first stop along the way being Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz is probably one of the best examples of ...
... rice and beans. I am comforted to know that my Spanish is still barely passable and that there is hardly anything in the world better than crystalline warm water to splash around in. I was surprised by the prices in Central America and how for the higher prices the quality has generally lacked. But the people are the real stars anyway and they are friendly, welcoming, helpful and all smiles. The natural beauty of the region is also stunning with ...
... spa town then on to Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam all in New Mexico, a short stay/long night in Las Vegas gave us a gateway to Red Rock Canyon in Nevada, then bee-line to Death Valley for perfect weather before coming back to Capitola (yea, a stop in sunny/foggy Morro Bay too).
The RV still isn't completely clean, but most is done. Loose paperwork, bills, taxes and whatnot are still in process, but most is done. ...
... there was a viewpoint overlooking Monterey but the fog hindered the view. At the halfway point was the town of Carmel so we veered off track to check out Carmel Valley Village, around 12-miles east, but there was not much to see or do there. The village looked so old and knackered with a few shops scattered around so we drove back to Carmel by the Sea, which is where all the action happens.
We drove straight down to Carmel State Beach and the sun was starting ...
A beautiful tour this morning, after a wonderful breakfast at the bigger hotel across the road. We saw Cannery Row, and followed the waterfront for a long way. Through the Pebble Beach development, which has lots of golf courses - privately owned land - to the famous Pebble Beach course. We got out and went to the 18th hole and the whole complex is lovely, with beautiful hanging baskets and ...