Blue Sky Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Sky Lodge Carmel Valley
Travel Blogs from Carmel Valley
... quiet. We have our own parking, comp breakfast, afternoon appies and wine and it's a lovely, spacious and nicely decorated room. Parking in this town is a marketable commodity and if your hotel can provide with parking, you have won the lottery. Otherwise you take your chances along with everyone else and either play the "let's move the car every two hours to escape the parking patrol" game,or you park blocks away in the residential area. Did I mention the freshly baked ...
... for the concours. So we were sitting tonight having some lovely adult beverages and waiting for our dinner when Sandra, our favourite server comes to tell us that it is thundering and lightening outside and raining! Apparently very unusual for here. We are back in our room now with the windows wide open listening to the surf crash and smelling the fragrant air. How incredible and a beautiful end to the day! Mike is amazed that I am not hiding under the ...
... hanging out the vehicle and as I rolled forward slowly, I saw a flash of black hair and then suddenly no Tara!! She had accident.y fallen out the back of the vehicle and straight onto the floor. She immediately jumped up and hopped into the front seat. The problem was that everyone in the queue had seen her fall and look like an idiot. As we parked up an elderly couple walked up to us to ask if Tara was ok, they must have thought I was such a nasty person letting her fall out ...
... guest $495 for a round of golf. Least expensive 1 bedroom = $865 per night, most expensive (2 bedroom) $3725 per night.
Leaving the Lodge, just down the road to Carmel by the Sea (village), 4000 population. Very trendy and quaint - had lunch here.
Dropped off at ...
... in America the sheer scale was awe-inspiring. Beach after beach fringed the coastline for miles on end.
As we ventured further south the scene immediately became more surfy. The locals were all out for a Saturday morning surf on their choice of beach. We drove down through Half Moon Bay with its packs of cyclists, it's surf shacks and guest houses. We passed through Santa Cruz with it's relaxed California feel and then hit wall of traffic. ...