Mission Ranch

26270 Dolores Street, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93923, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Carmel

Whale watching

A travel blog entry by stourwalk


Early start to get to Monterey by 10 to book our whale watching trip for 13:30 with Chris's Fishing Trips. Spent the morning walking around fishermans wharf and downtown Monterey. Super excited for our boat trip which was awesome. Boat wasn't the biggest but the crew were friendly and got us to the action closer and quicker than than the bigger …

Magnificent Monterey

A travel blog entry by smithsbjb


... great food, wine and company. Brad finally ate a bowl of clam chowder and can now cross this off his bucket list, I ate some Hanoi Hanoi fish from Hawaii with vegetables which was just delicious. We all took a short stroll around outside after dinner, the ocean breeze was lovely, then a lift ride with a gorgeous newly married bride and groom also staying here before we settled down for the night.

Tomorrow we head to Pismo Beach.

Go Big Ten! More great food!

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek


... 8217;s Wharf where Tanimura and Antle refurbished it to sell/provide produce, wine, deli, and seafood. Bought some produce and cheese there.

Oh yeah, when at Safeway today, we found some cheese made by Kroon, so thought we would try it. Our niece, Staci, is married to Vincent Kroon! Had not seen that before!

After lunch at home and laundry (yes, there is the mundane!), we took off ...

Pebble Beach and More (Our Last Day)

A travel blog entry by yaya7


... the outdoor patio. Next stop, the famous Pebble Beach Lodge where we walked around before riding through the area, admiring all the gorgeous homes and looking for the start of the 17 Mile Ride. We did get turned around a bit, but what do you expect with 6 women giving Mary Jane directions? We found the beginning of the ride, right alongside the Pebble Beach Lodge and followed the road, making a few stops along the way for photo ops. The Lone Cypress Tree at Cypress Point ...

Carmel to LAX

A travel blog entry by mcnamaras


... William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) made his fortune in newspapers but his father had made his from the gold rush days. Hearst Castle was built on ranch land where the family used to camp whilst in the area. Hearst developed this house after the death of both parents and had planned for this to be a simple, ranch style retreat where he could relax and entertain away from the east coast pretentious crowd. He worked with architect Julia Morgan for 28 ...

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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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