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Travel Blogs from Carmel
... San Diego i Monterey. De fet, tot el carrer era part de la fàbrica de conserves i ha quedat un aspecte rústic.La majoria dels peixos de l'aquari són locals de l'àrea de la badia de San Francisco , incloent els taurons blancs , la majoria de les medusses i les llúdrigues de mar que es podien veure també des de la cafeteria, en estat salvatge, a la Badia de Monterey.
L'exposició de medusses és potser ...
Rebecca and I went to a little town called Carmel by the sea. It's a very picturesque little town with very beautiful very well maintained little houses and shops. The main street is called ocean road and goes right to the edge of the ocean. The weather here is weird, sunny and cloudy all in an hour, fogy in the morning and then hot in the afternoon. Carmel was grey and gloomy and the ...
July 8th: Carmel to LAX
It was another overcast morning but I had to adjust my mind set here: it was actually a sunny day just simply shrouded in fog! Mark and I rugged up though and headed out for our final early morning walk along Carmel's beachfront.
... us into Big Sur with its majestic trees and spectacular scenery.
We continue north to Carmel, where we find a $27 campsite. After lounging around a while, we tour "17 mile drive", which takes you around the Monterey Peninsula and provides views of the exclusive golf courses there like famous Pebble Beach, Poppy Hills, et al.
Finally we hop in a Safeway and buy some food, then eat dinner sitting in the car.
... and located a small cloud outside on the ocean. It was raining and so it created a little rainbow. Fascinating!
Just after the 'official' end of the Big Sur there is beach known for elephant seals. We were just about to approach that part as we saw them. So many seals! All over the beach. Sleeping, ...