Comfort Inn Carmel By The Sea
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This hotel is in a great location to explore Carmel. The rooms are small and we would recommend that you request a 2nd floor room as you hear everything due to the hotel's age. But it is clean and comfortable.
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... us, with Ben reassuring me that it was a raccoon or some other small critter. However every time I relaxed there was another noise, normally just bushes and grasses shuffling. At some point in the evening I heard a very different kind of noise - far off to the right of us, which was a low rumble. After Ben admitted he couldn't identify the noise my paranoia increased, but then we didn't hear it again for a while and I began to relax again.
... of just re-energising your soul. I didn't want to leave, and the only reason I would leave is for my other favourite place in the area, the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
I head back towards the aquarium, getting lost along the way via Pacific Grove. I go in circles, lots of them until I finally find my way to the freeway, as I'm running late and cannot take the scenic route back to the aquarium.
The first tour of two, the Jellies tour. You see, jellies ...
... an old bridge, on the sand watching the sun set over the ocean and were dazzled by a mysterious spurting of water from the horizon. Arriving back at the campsite we popped a bottle of red, enjoyed some fine tapas - tomato mustard sandwhich and tofu sushi, because we were "fake ass vegans" according to Rach - and learnt that the waterspouts off in the distance were in fact, grey whales.
Sometimes while last-minute-camping you don't manage to organise a ...
... road clings to the cliffs as it winds its way adjacent the Pacific shore across countless creeks and precariously perched bridges. The sea fog occasionally rolls in and blocks out the view but then just as quickly clears.
It is funny what you can see from the backseat of the car with one eye just like an apache on stag. Yes I started off as the driver but quite quickly decided to transfer duties to Debbie and retreated to the rear passenger ...
Most people I talked to who had been on the PCH drive talked about Big Sur, but I wasn't quite sure what it was exactly. Actually, I'm still not. According to travel guides and Wikipedia, Big Sur is 90 miles of coastline. I started seeing signs for Big Sur restaurants and hotels somewhere between San Simeon & Carmel. I read that the name "Big Sur" is from the Spanish phrase, "el sur grande", ...