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... clinging to the steep mountain sides. The river runs wild with snow melt. Its a great time to be here. The traditional wooden houses, built on impossibly steep terrain, use a pulley system to hoist goods up from the road. So wires going to the different ...
A Travel Blog entry by zwergliazrael from Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, United States
... starts. We just could not find any decent cafes or bistros or restaurants for breakfast. The best we could find were coffee houses serving simple stuff like croissants and muffins. Oh well..... We then headed down to Carmel Beach, which is a really ...
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