Ramada Limited Monterey Carmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Limited Monterey Carmel
Travel Blogs from Monterey
... great. And, they’re keeping the heritage alive with horse-drawn carriages, paving stone streets (mimicking cobble stone) and lots of trees.
The stroll along the harbor area boardwalk is quite active. Lots of boats coming and going; there were two tall ships clipping along (filled with sea cadets) and a brand new amphitheater overlooks the water.
Adjacent to the theater is the Carson Mansion which ...
... Carol called her brother, he explained: We have large ornamental grasses in front of our house in Foxboro. We left them up all winter, but now, after the hard winter, they are dried out, broken and needed to be cut down so new growth could come in the spring. Skip decided that it would be easier to just burn off the old, dry grass and better for the plants, so he did! He took the picture and sent it to us and now ...
... have been trying out the chowder to compare between chefs! We had a restaurant window seat at one stage and our lunch view include watching seals play around in the bay as we had our meal. Monterey is just around the corner from Pebble Beach so we took a drive around there, as well as into the local town called Carmel - for which Clint Eastwood was once the ...
... we finished, we were all dead. Instead, we headed back to the house and pretty much just sat and ate the whole day. We heated up our Whole Foods Thanksgiving feast, which was delicious, and ate it as we decided on which games to play. I also had homework, which was unfortunate, but at least I had the time to get it done.
We then cleaned, piled in the car, and headed home. A quick and nice adventure with some exercise thrown in. :)
... out so we grabbed our towels and set up camp for a while. The beach was gorgeous, pure white sand, beautiful blue, aqua coloured water, Pebble Beach Golf Course to your right and residential houses sitting on the coastal hill tops on the left, and just as we thought it couldn’t get any better, Dan spotted a pod of dolphins cruising around close the shore, jumping in and out of the waves and playing around. It was incredible. The sea life out here just keeps getting ...