The number one reason to visit Carmel-by-the-Sea are the charming cottage homes. The enchanted town has no sidewalks, no mailing addresses and no lights at night. There are plenty of shadowy cyprus trees, flowering gardens and unique architecture to keep you busy as you wander through this fairytale place.
Capturing the Grand Life
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We've cruised on Oceania Cruise line almost a dozen times and it never disappoints. I love it because the staff is amazing. They are always happy and fun to talk with. The ship's passengers are generally older and well traveled so it's great to ... View Post
We were docked right next to this "pirate ship". Not sure why but many of the ports on our South American cruise had touristy pirate amusements. We drove to the top of the town to see the Third Millennium Cross. It towers over the city at 272 ... View Post
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