Lincoln Green Inn

Address: 26200 Carmelo St, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93921, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on 26200 Carmelo St, Carmel, is near Borromeo del Rio Carmelo Mission, Scenic Road Walkway, Mission Basilica, and Tor House.
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    Travel Blogs from Carmel

    Day 3 - Bike Collection

    A travel blog entry by frostys on Sep 26, 2014

    27 photos

    ... We hit the road after the visit to get to the starting point of the bike trip Monterey on Highway 1. The trip was 100 miles through pine lined hills with deer, but a wee bit to much traffic, but we broke the back to emerge onto highway 1 surrounded by strawberry fields which smelt amazing. The coast part was windy with large dunes but great fun & free roads. We arrived Monterey job done all looking high on life but ...

    Must be one of the most beautiful drives ever!!!!

    A travel blog entry by mamacass on May 18, 2014

    43 photos

    ... went to the first place we saw, without checking round about first. The food was quick, but nothing special and once we finished eating we walked around the gardens and found a lovely little restaurant just around the corner. Live and learn!!! The gardens at Ragged Point are beautiful and the views are amazing, however we have to leave as still a few hours drive to go.

    We then move into the Pfeiffer State Park area and according to all the ...

    No money in Monterey nor caramel in Carmel !

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 07, 2014

    105 photos

    ... container and thought that it had to be clam chowder. Over I went and bought two small containers and a small sourdough roll.









    While we were there, a cheeky Seagull arrived and sat on the railing near the cash register, eyeing off the sandwiches. The server said that the Seagull visits her every day ... it wasn't at all skittish and seemed to have a positive look in it's eye that it would score in the food department - good luck ...

    The Journey is the Destination

    A travel blog entry by eri_miri on Dec 01, 2013

    19 photos

    ... but really it's because the car needed gas. We were told by the gas station attendant that Cayucos is the last funky beach town in the U.S so we decided to look around. I got some great pictures from the beach and the town was a little funky. There were TONS of cyclists coming through. Made me miss my road bike. We decided to hop back in the car and continue our journey north.

    Once we got into Big Sur the driving got a ...

    All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey

    A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 14, 2013

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... you could never want nor need. But it's full of restaurants and seafood, so I can't be all bad. Frisco (sharp intake of disapproving breath) is apparently second only to Paris for the amount of restaurants per capita. There is every type of cuisine you can imagine including the local speciality of boudin in a sourdough trencher. (Fish in bread. Think fish finger sandwiches and you'll be nowhere near). Although the most spectacular sounding place has to be Asia SF. This ...