Carmel Valley Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Carmel Valley
... and were disappointed to discover it wasn’t anything like a farmers market. It was a small building filled with restaurants, a few bakeries and a small grocery store. We had some pretty good Mahi Mahi tacos but didn’t find any fresh fruit or vegetables
Building restrictions in Santa Barbara don’t allow for a Wal-mart or a typical megaplex theater. A large section of State Street does have your typical shops but all ...
... huge, 361-foot-tall moro (meaning granite dome rock formation) rock on which the light station was built in 1886. Docents lead tours up a narrow paved road that goes to the light station. One picture shows the rock and another shows where we parked the cars looking down from the top of the rock -- aren't you suitably impressed! We have two more days here and plan to do some more lighthouse looking and ...
... day for all drinking and cleaning was sufficient if used sparingly. There were not even shower facilities within the various camps, though there was a shower at the maingate entrance. So we didn't have to worry about making that calculation at least, we intended to spend 5 days there so 75ltrs was what was taken onboard, if we needed anymore we would have to make a plan when we were out there, another something to consider was that entering the NP from the west, Tom Price was the ...
... long, after a thoroughly enjoyable drive we arrived in the very charming Carmel-by-the-sea, of amongst other things Clint Eastwood mayoral fame. Driving down Route 1 was well worth it. It probably cost us 45minutes to hour over the quicker, freeway route. But the scenery was wonderful making driving more of a pleasure than a chore.
We took a quick stroll around the obviously affluent, but lovely streets of Carmel. The streets are lined with ...
... however a lot fo the motels were more expensive than we thought they would be, and fully booked so we continued longer than we had planned. We also had to stop for Chinese food for dinner on our journey. We arrived late at a hotel which gave its customers free drinks at an Irish pub next door. The hotel room itself was lovely and the breakfast was sufficient, which was useful as we needed to load up for a day in LA.