Travel Blogs from Carmel
Went just for a night at my favorite hotel.
Wine tasting in Carmel Valley. Georis winery.
... we arrived it was already dark and we had time to go for a walk us. It is a exclusive tourist destination, lots of good restaurants and brand shops, close to beautiful golf courses etc.. Clint Eastwood was the major of Carmel about 10 years ago, and now, he owns a restaurant here. We had a nice dinner on a terrace with a fireplace and we ate a gigantic cookie for deser! We are about to explode! Yummy! ...
... 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 ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The various traffic jams delayed our arrival into the airport hotel until well after 7.30 pm so we dropped our bags and headed down to the lobby bar for a quick dinner before turning in for the night. We were all tired, especially Mark after 6 hrs of driving, but we were excited to be heading to Hawaii the following morning.
... the fly. So on we drove to Carmel - famous for its previous Mayor Clint Eastwood among other things. It'a a great town and we really enjoyed wandering downtown and eating at a great bistro, and drinking good California wine.
Today was sunny and breezy along the coast so we needed to pull out our jackets and jeans. Tonight walking around Carmel, we really found it quite cool (in the 50s) compared to our recent Palm Springs 100s.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services