Carmel Valley Lodge
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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. ...
... vistas that were laid out for us. We pedalled and pedalled, and stopped at various locations around the park. The squirrels were in army mode, and had no fear of humans. They ran circles around the groups of humans looking for any stray item of food to steal. We encountered a few on our bicycles as we pedalled the bituminous pathways. We went along a grassy knoll ants rested under the shade of a tree. We looked down in 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 ...
... at least, and don’t really like to head out on a hike not knowing how long it is or what we might see. One of the maintenance guys told us about a hike down to the beach about a mile up the road so we went there next. The trail had a sign that was partially visible from the road, but we would not have found it on our own. When we reached the bottom and walked through a tunnel, we came out to a cove where the waves were crashing against huge rocks ...
... like one of them and I just cant put the feeling that gives me in any words.
If these young people are any indication, the future of our country is far more secure than anything the evening TV news leads you to believe!
On lighter notes....the scenery was spectacular today. We climbed out of the Salinas Valley up and over the Madonna pass. This included a 4 mile climb up straight up 1500 feet. From the top of the pass you could see 50 miles ...