Carmel River Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... along the west coast is believed to be one of the best coastal drives in the country, water to the west & mountains to the east. We passed through Morro Bay, Cambria & was meant to got to Big Sur on our way to Carmel, but we could not take the bus onto the road that goes to Big Sur. But wait we were told that another bus was going to pick us up after lunch so we could go along the west coast road to Big Sur, we ...
... into a pirate ship on wheels. The final stop for the day was Pfeiffer Beach, down a two mile windy road to the base of some cliffs that drop to a long expanse of beach, which at times looks purple because of manganese in the soil. This beach has a limited number of visitors at any given time and so was not crowded. Off the edge of the beach in various places, large rocks house carved out caves and tunnels creating large spouts of water crashing along the shore. This place was ...
... Ky. Probably take a tour of the manufacturing facility while there.
As we were looking at our other scenic tour locations after the silicon valley area where we are staying tonight, we realized we are just too early in the Spring for all the other locations. Mt. Shasta in California has the rim roads closed due to snow. Further up the coast and inland to Yellowstone, we have the same problem. After checking the weather at most of the locations ...
We had a nice drive south on the 101 toward Monterey. We passed by lots of farmer's fields and saw fields where there were rows covered with plastic with holes poked in the top. We asked a local later in the day and were told that crops this time of year were lettuce, artichokes, garlic and strawberries. The fields we saw were likely strawberries we think. We are ...
... last look back at the bay heads then started down Highway One south towards LA. This was about 3:30pm ... nothing like getting an early start!
Coastline here was pretty. We stopped in Santa Cruz and watched dolphins fishing in the giant kelp near the lighthouse. Had hoped to stroll along the boardwalk but it seemed to be closed. The bad bit about school holidays finishing yesterday I guess. Now driving to Monterey on a fairly boring highway that's inland ...