Travel Blogs from Carmel
Packed up boo hoo, I don't want to leave our cute little Napa house, though I think there was a bit too much isolation here for Julia and she's looking forward to some more city.
Michelle & Nick wisely started south just after 9am. We decided to visit a few more wineries first so off we went in the opposite direction about an hour …
got fruit pastry and juice and newspaper brought to our room at 8 am !! this is the life!
dad went to play golf with richard and diane came and met me to show me round the town etc. after golf we went back out to pebble beach and got shown around in golf carts !! was lots of sea mist but still stunning.
we all went for pizza at night .
Jonandfinola stayed here on Apr 13, 2010 during their trip titled: Postcards from Southwest USA.
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... Carmel Valley. We did find the store at 3:05, but it closed at 3:00. Heidi was determined to purchase some of these pecans, so she knocked on the door and, using her "Southern Charm", she sweet talked the owners into opening for us and I think we made it well worth their while. We did a quick run to the town, but didn't find much to interest us there, so we headed back to Grigg's Nursery to pick up Nancy. It was an amazing place - unfortunately, we couldn't pack any of ...