Hyatt Carmel Highlands
Travel Blogs from Carmel
A great view of the coast near Carmel, good meal at L'Auberge, a lot of very ordinary art galleries, Big Sur with lunch on the bluff, breakfast overlooking the 18th at Pebble Beach.
Per and I have done some pretty thrilling things on this trip: swimming in crocodile-infested rivers (only a slight exaggeration), eating food on Vietnam trains (served from a bucket), crossing the road in Saigon (it's a miracle we're alive) and staying at Club Crocodile (never again). But nothing compares to our thrill at finding our very own log …
... 8217;s Wharf where Tanimura and Antle refurbished it to sell/provide produce, wine, deli, and seafood. Bought some produce and cheese there.
Oh yeah, when at Safeway today, we found some cheese made by Kroon, so thought we would try it. Our niece, Staci, is married to Vincent Kroon! Had not seen that before!
After lunch at home and laundry (yes, there is the mundane!), we took off ...
... which me and Sian still don't understand how they swim, what they think with or the point of them. Also there was the biggest aquarium window in the world, which contained the exhibit 'The Open Sea' which housed 400 lb Tuna, Mahi-Mahi (the same breed I ate in San Diego, nom), tens of thousands of sardines, sea turtles, hammerhead sharks and more. It all made me very hungry for a fish dinner... After managing to steam our ...
... matter, is pet friendly so there were as many dogs at the Inn for lunch as there were humans!!
We decided to check out the beach so headed back down Ocean Ave, past our accommodation, and down to the beach. Summer at this beach meant polar ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility