The Colonial Terrace

Address: 13th and San Antonio Streets, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93921, United States | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on 13th and San Antonio Streets, Carmel, is near Scenic Road Walkway, Tor House, Sunset Cultural Center, and Lake San Antonio.
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Travel Blogs from Carmel

Leaving San Francisco For Big Sur

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 08, 2014

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... thru small-town America, Watsonville and quaint little road side stalls selling pie and coffee...and Jesus.H.Christ rub my eyes twice I can't believe it, 7 avocados for a dollar!

We chatted about the July 4/5 celebrations, and the underlying panic of the hoi polloi. In the land of milk and honey where everyone (at least in theory) can be President or Govonator, where whatever you want is available yesterday, twice with eggs on top, a national day ...

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

A travel blog entry by mamacass on May 18, 2014

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... twisty roads climbing through and around the mountains.

The first stop is Morro Bay, the Gibraltar of the Pacific. We watch the seals in the bay and the reflections of the rock in the water. It is a beautiful day with clear blue skies. The next stop is in Cambria, which is basically half way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The beaches here are more rugged and isolated. We then go off the highway to visit Hearst Castle.


Day 5

A travel blog entry by lcurdav on Jan 10, 2014

... the sky was beautiful and blue, i took some photos and i played around the beach like a little kid. Then i went to a bakery to eat a famous Canneloni, i decided to stay 1 day more in Carmel but i failed. I started to buy gifts to my friends and family. The day became night so i choosed a little japanese restaurant and i eat Udon Tempura. I came back to the hotel and now im ...

Kid in a Candy Store; Happy as a Clam

A travel blog entry by _ang on Oct 15, 2013

... It was just simply unbelievable.

At the end of the day, I wander around cannery row and the pier reflecting on my wonderful day at the aquarium. Oh how I wished I lived closer, so I could be there more often and volunteer my time there too. However, I'm looking forward to my visit the next day as I have two tours booked, the Jellies tour and the Feed the Fish tour.

Anyway, Cannery Row has some interesting history, however really what it came down to, for ...

HOME... almost.

A travel blog entry by jord-travers on Aug 28, 2013

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... this flow of water has stood the test of time, it invites you to feel that exact moment - for nothing else really matters. The moisture and fragrances in the air was so refreshing I could hardly stop inhaling. Truly a magical place, I only thought these existed in special effects films. Unfortunately my skin didn't start sparkling in the sunlight and there were no hobbits to be found so we headed on back to the camp for a picnic dinner at sunset.

We ...