Mission Ranch

26270 Dolores Street, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93923, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26270 Dolores Street, Carmel, is near Borromeo del Rio Carmelo Mission, Scenic Road Walkway, Mission Basilica, and Tor House.
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    Travel Blogs from Carmel

    Must be one of the most beautiful drives ever!!!!

    A travel blog entry by mamacass on May 18, 2014

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    ... up the trees.

    For our last evening in Carmel we walk to the main street and look at the local art, sculpture & glass exhibition. It is very interesting and many of the locals were out to support the event. Later on we went to "Basils" and had another lovely dinner. For a fairly small town, they have over 100 restaurants. We were surprised how busy everywhere was, given that our visit was during the week. We have loved Carmel, loved our ...

    A day in Monterey with the family.

    A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Jan 18, 2014

    41 photos

    ... for the kids and cold beer for the adults.
    After leaving the wharf area, we drove down to Cannery Row where the original cannery building are still in existence. All of the buildings have been converted to a resort now, but the exterior architecture remains the same.
    We walked along the jetty to enjoy the weather and watch an amazing sunset. At the end of the jetty, one of the two Coast ...

    Leaving Napa, heading down Highway One

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 03, 2013

    8 photos

    ... looks like Battlestar Galactic and charges a whopping $40 per tasting! Plus they only make one wine, so that's for one glass. No surprise that we all went "thanks, but no thanks" to that tempting proposition.

    Decided to visit the less spaceship / more Tuscany looking winery Peju just a bit further up the road. These guys mainly made red wine so I bailed on the tasting and bought something from the gift shop instead. Julia did the tasting and had fun ...

    CA Road Trip Day 1, SF to Monterey

    A travel blog entry by kiwisues on Sep 02, 2013

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    We got up early and showered, had breakfast, packed and checked out of our hotel before 9am. Gav then walked to pick up our rental car, a Mustang Convertible...what a cool car!

    We jammed our suitcases into the boot and away we went. Suz did well navigating out of foggy San Francisco and onto California Highway 1 heading south. Couldn't see much along the way to start off with due to the fog but by the time we had driven for about half an hour, the weather ...

    Carmel, Monterey and Marina

    A travel blog entry by jananddean on Aug 10, 2013

    ... a lovely day out with I, M and A who took us to the Carmel Valley for lunch, then a wine tasting. The day just flew and we went back to I&Ms for a drink. Then we headed back toJeff 's who had organised a dinner party - can that man cook! A special cut of beef plus wild salmon, with vegetarian options like green salad and a bean salad plus 3 sauce options - and home made garlic bread. We met Rob, 'little' Jeff and Judith. Loverly food, great conversation -a good ...