La Playa Carmel
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Today marked day three of our honeymoon adventure! The valet at our hotel recommended almost everything we did today and it was incredible!
We started the morning at Point Lobos, about 10 minutes from our hotel. Point Lobos is a nature preserve with hiking trails along the water. Two weeks ago a whole brood of seal pups was born so …
We started Day Two with a run on Butterfly Beach, it was the perfect thing to kick start our day! After that we packed up and hit the road to Carmel.
While Google said it would take us four hours, it ended up taking us five. It worked out though because we ended up making some great pit stops, including a strawberry stand …
... tour to take....the Grand Rooms, Upstairs or the Kitchen and Cottages. Thee were long waits for all but the kitchens and cottages, so we booked on that one. The bus takes you high up in to the hills above San Simeon bay to Hearst Castle...the home built by the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst in the 1920s. His father had bought thousands of acres of land to camp out in in the summer months and WRH decided to build "something grand" ...
... hosting the Summer Solstice Festival. It was a pretty small event, with the usual types of vendors and food stands. We walked around while enjoying some pretty good roasted corn on the cob. Revlon had a booth and they were giving away hair color, so I got a blond, a red, and a dark brown, Bill felt a little left out. I’ve already tried the blond, but since it isn’t bleach it only lightened my hair a little. We eventually made it to the ...
... Going for a walk always does clear a head and helps making decisions, in which we were in desperate need for as we had so many options flying around and we didn't know where to start.
We separated and conquered and came up with a few options of dates and flights and have narrowed it down quite drastically. It meant that when we got to San Francisco, we could book one and then we would be near enough sorted. It was a start, and we were ...