Carmel Valley Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Carmel Valley
... This time with more success - so Julie got to have a drink there in the bar whilst I waited with the girls in the car - but it means we have pictures and can cross it off the todo list! After that we headed on up the road and visited Point sur lighthouse and Bixby bridge before arriving in Monterey and started hunting for somewhere to stay. Eventually ended up in salinas at the best ...
... the day. At night, when it becomes completely pitch black and you start remembering all of those "Danger -- Mountain Lion" signs you saw at the park entrance, it's a slightly different story. While Ryan assured me that there is no recorded instance of mountain lions attacking campers in their tents, the statistics on attacks during 3 am hikes to the bathroom were a little hazier, so he got to act as my bathroom bodyguard each night. On our second day, we did some ...
... Mom was giving Maren the alpha dog information. Anyway, that night we went to dinner with Maren, as well as Grandma Kathy and Grada. It was great to see them again, which is funny because at home, 3 months in between seeing them would NOT be crazy, but that was the last time we saw them.
The next day Kelly and Emily arrived in the fair city of Los Angeles and we picked them up at the airport. We hadn't seen them literally since we left Baltimore ...
... but wasn't too sure. As she was heading in the same direction as we climbed the hill, we all seemed to be walking together so she soon struck up a conversation asking where we were from. She had never been to the UK before, so was asking about the cost of hotels in London as she was wanted to visit Buckingham Palace and see the changing of the guards. We spent a goodly while on the corner of the street talking about the various places in the UK worth seeing, but I could see that ...
... opted for the ones that said golf, rather than the saints or prayers. I wonder if it is sacrilegious to use them as ball markers?
We decided to do the scenic tour of Carmel. But first a few tidbits on this tiny burg…first off, it is VERY expensive. It's a tiny little spot where shopping is pretty much limited to designer stores including Tiffany’s and Coach – nope not the outlets, the real thing.
Carmel has a reputation as a high end resort area ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility