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... our feet in the sea and cooking nicely. The beach is much nicer than that in Monterey: I would choose Carmel beach over Monterey any day. We even saw wild Dolphins playing in the water which was amazing! There are many little side streets to peruse, but literally everything is so expensive. There were many well-to-do people walking around, but everyone seemed pleasant enough. We stopped off at 'The Cottage' for some lunch. It ...
... without outside contact, except for when we drove into town. This meant we could not research what to do in the area or even check the weather, which was quite different between the Santa Barbara coast and the mountain valley we were camped in. We took advantage of this lack of connectivity to do less and so we spent a couple of days doing nothing but reading and relaxing by the pool. Being in the middle of nowhere had its advantages. You would ...
... reached Carmel.
We were in desperate need of some groceries, having nothing for lunch or dinner. All we had on us was crisps and bread, so technically we would of survived but we did need some proper food. Luckily, we entered Carmel to see a shopping district and we found our new Countdown. It was called safeways and we knew it was probably the best we would get whilst being in the states. We picked up our dinner for the next two ...
... each we rode to and fro to Fisherman's Wharf and visited the Ghirardelli Square and sampled some of their delicious chocolate. Returning to Union Square about 4:30, Doug sat and people watched while I did a quick look around in Macy's. We walked leisurely home for Happy Hour and went out to dinner about 7:15 to Lori's Diner- a 50s style restaurant. It was a lovely evening for a walk. When we got back, we finalized our packing in preparation for our departure from SF on Monday ...
... is above the clouds on top of the Enchanted Hill. The location is simply amazing and to think this was a private home for many, many years. We were hoping to at least walk round the castle but the way it is set up you have to go on one of the guided tours, watch the pre-film and be taken up to the castle by bus. Basically, the minimum time you can spend there is about 3-4 hours and that is once you have waited for an actual tour to start. We arrived about ...
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