Travel Blogs from Carmel
Went just for a night at my favorite hotel.
Wine tasting in Carmel Valley. Georis winery.
... and Monterey. This gives the outside of the aquarium a nice rustic look.
Most of the fish at the aquarium were local to the San Francisco bay area, including the sharks, most of the jellies and the sea otters that were visible from the cafeteria swimming in the wild in Monterey Bay.
The jellies exhibit was a special event to the aquarium and possibly the most outstanding. More than 30 types of ...
... afternoon on day 6 so we took the opportunity to drive down Big Sur to take in the spectacular views. We also did the 17mile drive so that Pete could visit the hallowed turf of Pebble Beach Golf Course and have his photo taken on the 18th green. Last proper dinner tonight in Carmel as tomorrow we head to the national parks and start slumming it a bit in tents with pot ...
We were up for an early start today for the 3 hour drive to Hearst Castle. We were on the road at 8:15 and were happy to find that the ride only took 2.5 hours - thanks Mary Jane. Heidii had already been to Hearst Castle and Mary Jane's husband, Bill will be flying out to California on Saturday for a vacation with MJ, so she will wait to see the attraction with him. Therefore, the five of us dropped them off in a little seaside ...
... originally an old fish cannery town. They’re all closed and have been turned into shops, restaurants, bars, and more shops! It has a lot of charm and the streets are right at the water. We ate at Sly McFly’s Lunch and Dinner House. We sat next to the front windows and enjoyed a great meal and lots of people watching. Afterwards Harlan sought out the Harley and candy stores. There was nothing too interesting at the Harley ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services