Carmel River Inn
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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Travel Blogs from Carmel
... was a quicker way to get through. Yvonne could not have been more accommodating and helpful! Understanding that Mike has mobility issues, she came out from her counter and walked with me over to where Mike was waiting, led us through the corridor behind the booths and back to her section. She processed our new boarding passes quickly and then told Mike where to sit while I dropped off the bags. And she did another great thing. When we left Customs Yvonne ...
... Hard to really describe so I will just let the picture of us speak for itself. Our next stop was at Pebble Beach (which is an extremely fancy and world famous golf resort with accompanying neighborhood). At first we didn’t realize that you needed to pay $10 in order to get on “17 mile drive” (the only road that takes you through the resort and neighborhood) so we actually just turned around. However, as we started to ...
... go back to Carmel, I will be booked in for dinner there! We however enjoyed lunch today at Flaherty's Seafood Grill in the centre of Carmel... it was delicious! Upon recommendation of our tour guide, of course. So my new friend and I enjoyed a glass of wine and a lobster and crab burger here... and the staff kindly let me leave my backpack behind the bar whilst I explored the town. The tour van was leaving in an hour to head back to SF with ...
... to go to the toilet. He simply couldn't wait the 5 minutes until we got to Hearst Castle. We discovered the toilets at the petrol station were port-a-loos. He checked them out. Suddenly, he could wait. Cambria looked like a very nice little town. They were decorated for Halloween but I approved. No zombies, more scarecrows and pumpkins. We arrived at Hearst Castle at 10:40. First thing we saw were the port-a-loos scattered throughout the carpark. That didn't make sense. ...
... br> This wasn't just rv camping but tent camping too and when you looked up into the hills there were tents scattered everywhere.
The friendly children that the kids met in the short time we were there seemed to part of a holy group that were staying at the site and on our way out we noticed churches on every corner in Carmel. It's a big Bible Belt area (des's words not mine)!
Foot on the gas we were on our was to San Fran ...