Hyatt Carmel Highlands
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I called up Enterprise to enquire about prices for renting a car for the Big Sur: it was going to be around $100, which we would have paid, but we couldn't pick it up until after 2pm - a waste of the day as it would take over an hour to get to the further most part and it would not be worth the money, so we made the sad decision to make our way to Carmel instead. Carmel-by-the-sea is a cute little town with lots of art ...
Leaving San Diego behind, we headed north to Santa Barbara. Bill had purchased a Thousand Trails membership that allows us to stay for free in their group of parks. This was our first time visiting one of their properties. It was about 30 minutes inland from Santa Barbara, up into the mountains of the Los Padres National Forest. Very pretty country and the road over the mountains to the campground wasn't too bad. The driveway of the campground itself ...
... to the camper, we saw a snake!! We literally jumped out of our skins along with the other people. Sure to say, we swiftly made our way back to the camper after Colm took a picture of it!
Back on the road for the scenic drive, unbeknown to us that it was going to be a windy drive through the mountains. Motion sickness kicked in bad and it was Colm driving on this leg of the journey! We lost radio as we were driving along, so that ...
... down was a breeze. Since we had had such a big, late lunch we did not go out for supper and were in bed in good time. On Sunday morning we were booked to go to the breakfast and "update" from Wyndham at 10:30. That meant a leisurely morning. We enjoyed the breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage and hash browns and the presentation turned out to be short and sweet and we were in and out in less than an hour. The poor man, who had only worked there for two weeks, was ...
... We have no view to speak of from our balcony - just of the crowds heading to Cannery Row. As our room is high priced, I imagine ocean view rooms are incredibly pricier! So, after tonight's events, we'll all breakfast together, then say adieu. But this time around, several of us are exchanging addresses, phone numbers, email addresses - we intend to stay in touch, even visit each other. ...