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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Carmel. Along the drive, we stopped to see seals perched on a giant rock, all barking as the sun started to set. We tried to look for shells but didn't find anything good. We also stopped to see the lone Cyprus, a famous landmark in California, and also the logo for Pebble Beach. Speaking of Pebble Beach, we also stopped by their lodge to do some souvenir shopping, and also so Justin could see one of the holes at the famous golf course. He dropped his newly purchased golf ...
... and can be 15feet long, so we didn't stroke them! The drive on the coast from Cambria to Monterey was the best yet, 120 miles of cliff hugging road and amazing views, truly awesome. In a comfy hotel Monterey Hyatt, nice room upgrade, here for 2 nights, then on to San Francisco Hope everyone well, and house ok. We managed to find a seal that ...
I've been to California a couple of times, and it hasn't been my favorite place to visit. To be fair, I've only spent time in Southern California in the metro areas. So with my experience, I wasn't particularly looking forward to this experience but I was pleasantly surprised! Pacific Grove is on California's central coast and far removed from the hectic nature of the urban ...
... afternoon, Once past Big Sur the fog cleared and we were treated to some spectacular scenery which at times was from dizzyingly high lookouts.
Had a quick look around Carmel By-the-sea. It is a lovely genteel sort of town, Was delighted to find a Frank Lloyd Wright house on Scenic Drive Carmel point. Looks like a ship sailing into the ocean. The bay windows must get great views. There were also many other interesting houses in the area, ...
... for me to be able to do in the light. Crossing bridges is much more exciting with the sun as your companion. An hour later, after stopping at many vista points to take photos, I arrived in the few mile stretch of "the town" of Big Sur. Tired and hungry, I stop for something to eat and head to find a place to stay. Stumbling upon Fernwood Resort, I stayed for two days and met some great neighbors with a dog (every place i have stopped on this trip, ...