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Things to Do in Carmel-By-The-Sea California
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5 Top Tourist Attractions in Carmel, California | US Travel Guide
5 Top Tourist Attractions in Carmel Carmel-by-the-Sea is a romantic seaside destination, renowned for its spectacular sandy beach. This charming coastal resort captivates visitors with its enchanting village ambience. In a setting that's delightfully far removed from the real world, tree-shaded streets are lined with lovely Victorian buildings and little storybook cottages. Hidden passageways and quiet courtyards add to the magical Old World ambience. The fact that Carmel does not use numbered street addresses (GPS cannot pinpoint a specific location) encourages wandering. While tourists stroll around town, they'll stumble upon quaint artisan boutiques, cutesy one-of-a-kind shops, world-class art galleries, and inviting fine-dining restaurants. Local businesses cater to clientele seeking a pampering vacation experience. After spending the day at the beach or taking scenic walks along the coastline, the peaceful town of Carmel-by-the-Sea is a welcome place to spend a quiet night in a luxurious bed & breakfast or historic inn. Carmel is also a great starting point to explore nearby Monterey, just four miles away, or to take a drive along the stunning Big Sur coastline. 1. Carmel Beach 2. Carmel Mission 3. Point Lobos 4. Mission Ranch Hotel and Restaurant 5. Garland Ranch Regional Park Also check another videos.. Tourist Attractions in Key West https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYvqZJZPSiA&t=22s Weekend Getaways in Ohio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EisQx6VDHws Tourist Attractions in Washington State https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVecEshZLEw Romantic Getaways in USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAb7y8F5LlM Things to do in San Francisco https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHNPseq3nfw Related Information: 1. Things to do in carmel indiana 2. Things to do in carmel this weekend 3. Carmel by the sea hotels 4. Things to do in carmel ca for couples 5. Carmel mission 6. Carmel-by-the-sea upcoming events 7. Romantic things to do in carmel 8. Carmel by the sea restaurants Backsound: http://bensound.com Source: http://www.planetware.com
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Carmel-by-the-Sea Travel Video
The stunning natural beauty of Carmel-by-the-Sea has inspired artists, sparked romances, and attracted world travelers for decades. Rated a "Top 10 Destination" in the United States year after year, Carmel-by-the-Sea is a unique, European-style village nestled above a beautiful white-sand beach where everything is walking distance. From performing arts to hundreds of shops, art galleries, and restaurants, you can do everything or nothing at all. For exclusive offers and online videos, visit http://www.carmelcalifornia.com/
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Ocean Sunset at Carmel Beach, in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (March 17, 2010)
Watch in 480p (High Quality). It was a lovely, and sunny St. Patrick's Day today! So me and my cousin decided to take a trip to Carmel Beach, CA. It was our first time going here. It's in Carmel, CA, or Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. In this video, it shows a bit of our road trip to Carmel and then the arrival to Carmel Beach. It was a paradise and it reminded us of Hawaii, just colder. The beach had a good amount of tourists when we arrived. The sand was very white and fine and the water was blue greenish in color. It also had cliffs to the north side of the beach. This was now one of my favorite beaches in California! Then at about 2:00 in the video, relax and enjoy now as the sun finally sets on Carmel Bay. It was a great first time there at Carmel Beach, in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA! Happy Saint Patrick's Day everyone! *Want a video of the full version of my trip? It's here: http://vimeo.com/10342612
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Searching For Clint Eastwood In Carmel By The Sea
We spent the morning in Carmel By The Sea, California and I heard that it was not uncommon to see celebrities like Clint Eastwood walking around the city. As Wifey shopped I was on the lookout for Clint Eastwood. Did I find him? Watch to find out. I met a nice guy named Kevin from WiredIn, please check out his Facebook Page. He knows what's going on in Carmel By The Sea. https://www.facebook.com/WiredIn-Carmel-221197994582201/?fref=ts
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Took a weekend trip to Carmel from Los Angeles and stopped by Madonna Inn the way back. Lots of wine tasting. Best weekend trip from LA *~ CONTENT CAL: https://twitter.com/thatschic/status/... HOFSAS HOUSE http://bit.ly/1UFje7m HOLMAN RANCH http://bit.ly/1tB4lgr MADONNA INN http://bit.ly/1UTCIrp JANE PARK https://www.instagram.com/janesaisquoi -------------------------------------- FOLLOW ME ☺ Instagram: http://instagram.com/thatschic ☺ Twitter: http://twitter.com/thatschic ☺ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatschicblog ☺ Snapchat: raychizzlle READ MY BLOG ✎ http://thatschic.net CONTACT ME ✉ [email protected] TECHNICAL STUFF ⌨ Canon G7X | http://amzn.to/1KIbq0B ⌨ Edited on FCPX ♬ Better the Nun - At the Window ♬ https://soundcloud.com/betty-the-nun/at-the-window ♬ Allez Bartoli - Ilyushun ♬ https://soundcloud.com/allez-bartoli ♬ Gigantic Empire - Left to Wonder (Turtle Rework) https://soundcloud.com/gigantic-empire/left-to-wonder FTC: THE PLACES WERE NICE ENOUGH TO COMP US ROOMS BUT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS VIDEO. THX FRIENDS.
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The 10 Best Hotels To Stay In Carmel California
For more info go to: https://theseversons.net/10-best-hotels-to-stay-in-carmel-california-top-hotel-reviews The above is a top selection of the best hotels to stay in Carmel California. We know it's not that easy to find the best hotel because there are just so many places to stay in Carmel California but we hope that the above-mentioned tips have helped you make a good decision. We also hope that you enjoyed our top ten list of the best hotels in Carmel California. And we wish you all the best with your future stay! For more hotel reviews go to https://theseversons.net
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California Coast Ventura to Carmel By The Sea
Stock footage of this video available from Tampa Aerial Media http://tampaaerialmedia.com/ for $100 with copyrights. Pay online here and we will send you a mp4 of this video without the graphics https://tampaaerialmedia.com/online-payment/. This does not cover the music used for this video. Aerial Video of the beautiful California Coast. We start out in Ventura, very popular with surfers. As we move up the coast to, El Capitan State Beach the shoreline becomes more rocky. Much of the shoreline is in a restricted zone so we moved up to Monterey area where we filmed the famous Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur and Rocky Creek Bridge in Carmel By the Sea. These two majestic bridges were both built in 1932 and look similiar, however the Bixby Creek Bridge has received more fame. It is one of the most photographed bridges in the world. Tampa Aerial Media provides stock footage from Tampa Bay to the USA. http://tampaaerialmedia.com/ For Aerial Videos from around the world see https://travelwithdrone.com/
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Pacific Ocean at Carmel
View of beach and Pacific Ocean in Carmel. http://www.carmelcalifornia.com/ http://ci.carmel.ca.us/carmel/index.cfm Carmel-by-the-Sea, usually called simply Carmel, is a small town in Monterey County, California, United States. Situated on the Monterey Peninsula, the town is known for its rich artistic history. In 1906, the San Francisco Call devoted a full page to the "artists, poets and writers of Carmel-by-the-Sea" and in 1910 it reported that 60 percent of Carmel's houses were built by citizens who were "devoting their lives to work connected to the aesthetic arts." Early City Councils were dominated by artists and the town has had several mayors who were poets or actors including Herbert Heron, founder of the Forest Theater, and actor-director Clint Eastwood, who was mayor for one term, from 1986 to 1988. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,081. Carmel-by-the-Sea is permeated by Native American, early Spanish and American history (Blanks, 1965). Most scholars believe that the Esselen-speaking people were the first Native Americans to inhabit the area of Carmel, but the Ohlone people pushed them south into the mountains of Big Sur around the 6th century. The first Europeans to see this land were Spanish mariners led by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542, who sailed up the California coast without landing. Another sixty years passed before another Spanish explorer and Carmelite Friar Sebastian Vizcaino "discovered" what is now known as Carmel Valley in 1602, which he named for his patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel. The Spanish did not attempt to colonize the area until 1769, when Gaspar de Portola and Franciscan Father Juan Crespi visited the area in search of a mission site. They returned one year later in 1770 to found the Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo at the southeastern edge of Carmel. The nearby colony of Monterey, established at the same time, soon became the capital of California until 1849. From the late 18th through the early 19th century, most of the Ohlone population died out from European diseases, against which they had no immunity, and overwork and malnutrition at the missions where the Spanish forced them to live. When Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821 Carmel became Mexican territory. A Scottish immigrant, John Martin, acquired lands surrounding the Carmel mission in 1833, which he named Mission Ranch. Carmel became part of the United States in 1848, when Mexico ceded California as a result of the Mexican-American War. In 1905, in an effort to foster the arts, the Carmel Arts and Crafts Club was formed. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake the village received an influx of artists and other creative types escaping the disaster area. Jack London describes the artists' colony in a portion of his novel, The Valley of the Moon; among the noted artists who thrived here were Mary Austin, Armin Hansen, George Sterling, Robinson Jeffers, Sinclair Lewis, Sydney Yard, Ferdinand Burgdorff, William Frederic Ritschel, William Keith and Percy Gray. In 1906-07 the town's first cultural center and theatre, the Carmel Arts and Crafts Clubhouse, was built.[2] Poets Austin and Sterling performed their works there. A theatre program was initiated and numerous plays and recitals were given. By 1913, The Arts and Crafts Club had begun organizing lessons for aspiring painters, actors & craftsmen. Some of the most prominent painters in the United States, such as William Merritt Chase, Mary DeNeale Morgan and C. Chapel Judson offered six weeks of instruction for $15. Though often erroneously thought of as an "urban myth," the municipal code bans the wearing of shoes having heels greater than 2 inches in height or with a base of less than 1 square inch unless the wearer has obtained a permit for them. This seemingly peculiar law was authored by the city attorney in the 1920s to defend the city from lawsuits resulting from wearers of high-heeled shoes tripping over irregular pavement (caused by tree roots pushing up). Permits are available without charge at City Hall. While the local police do not cite those in violation of the ordinance, a person wishing to sue for damages from tripping while wearing such shoes is precluded from doing so unless a permit had previously been obtained. Another unusual law, forbidding selling and eating ice cream on public streets, was a focal point of Clint Eastwood's campaign for mayor. He, and the new council elected along with him, overturned the ordinance and other similar laws that they considered to be too restrictive of businesses.
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5 Best Things to Do in Carmel, California | Love Is Vacation
5 Best Things to Do in Carmel, California Carmel is a picturesque little village with a Mediterranean vibe on the Monterey Peninsula on the Pacific coast with less than 4,000 permanent residents. The town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, was founded in 1902 and quickly became famous for its artist colony and a large number of artists who made it their home. The wonderful Mediterranean climate makes nature in and around Carmel, CA, lush and green all year, and its beautiful white sandy beaches attract many vacationers throughout the year. 1 Carmel Beach 2 San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission 3 Carmel River State Beach 4 Tor House, Carmel, California 5 Sunset Cultural Center, Carmel, California GET MORE INFORMATION - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/eofEFE SHARE this Video: ➜ Thanks for watching video about Best Things to Do in Carmel, California Also check another playlists.. Tourist Attraction in United States ➜ https://goo.gl/3XcvVX Tourist Attraction in America ➜ https://goo.gl/PAAk8M Tourist Attractions in Asia ➜ https://goo.gl/6USY02 Tourist Attractions in Europe ➜ https://goo.gl/rF8ceQ Tourist Attraction in Australia ➜ https://goo.gl/WDCAeS Backsound: http://bensound.com Source: vacationidea.com IMPORTANT If you have any issue with the content used in my channel or you find something that belongs to you, before you claim it to youtube, please SEND ME A MESSAGE and i will DELETE it right away. Thanks for understanding.
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At Carmel by the Sea with Nikki and Anoushik, California
Saryan Family Vacation At Carmel by the Sea with Nikki and Anoushik, California
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Carmel By The Sea &...
Talking solar maintenance, visiting the Christmas Town of Carmel By The Sea, and some other surprises... STICKERS ARE SOLD OUT! THANK YOU!“Tennessee Hayride” by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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La Playa Carmel in Carmel CA
Reserve: http://www.booking.com/hotel/us/la-playa-carmel.html?aid=866990 . . . . . . . .. .. ... . .. .. .. La Playa Carmel Camino Real at Eighth Avenue Carmel CA 93921 Just 5 miles from Monterey Bay Aquarium, this luxury Carmel hotel provides a complimentary champagne brunch each morning. Guests will enjoy the outdoor pool complete with lounge chairs. All spacious rooms include free Wi-Fi. A flat-screen TV with cable is featured in each amply furnished room at La Playa Carmel. A minibar and coffee-making facilities provide beverage options. Select rooms feature ocean views. Guests can enjoy a gourmet breakfast in the library lounge showcasing views of the Pacific Ocean. The menu includes fresh pastries, fruit and a variety of hot entrees. All-day dining is available. Carmel La Playa is a 4-minute walk from the beach. Monterey Airport is 5 miles away.
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Clint Eastwood Kicks Off Carmel Centennial Celebration
An Amazing Celebration for Carmel-by-the-Sea's 100th Birthday with Clint Eastwood as Parade Grand Marshal!
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Clint Eastwood at Carmel-by-the-Sea 100 Year Anniversary - WhatsUpMonterey.com
Clint Eastwood, former mayor of Carmel by the Sea, special appearance as the Grand Marshal during the centennial parade & celebration. #visitcarmel #happybirthdaycarmel #carmelcentennial - WhatsUpMonterey.com
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Top 13 Tourist Attractions in Carmel - Travel California
Top 13 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Carmel - Travel California: Point Lobos State Reserve, Carmel City Beach, Carmel by the Sea, Seventeen Mile Drive, Scenic Road Walkway, San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission, Carmel River State Beach, China Cove and Gibson Beach, Tor House, One Ocean Avenue, Monastery Beach, Sunset Cultural Center, Chateau Julien
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Explore Carmel Village
This is a place to get away from it all without sacrificing the big-city offerings of art, theater, music, and dining. You can put on a black tie and take in the symphony, Bach Festival, or k.d. lang at the world-class Sunset Cultural Center, or slip on sweats and a pair of sneakers for a walk on the famous Carmel Beach, window-shop, or wander the hidden passageways and courtyards. You can dine at a number of four-star restaurants or eat al fresco at the beach. You can curate art, collect art, or just covet the art and artifacts among almost 90 galleries and antique shops, and you can buy anything from t-shirts to Tiffany. Even those who travel the world are unlikely to encounter another place that has so much to offer in one location.
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An ONLY IN experience at Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
Jaunt TV discovers the hidden passages and treasures of Carmel-by-the-Sea, a quaint square mile beach city on California’s Monterey Peninsula. For more go to www.jaunttv.com and subscribe to this JauntTV You Tube channel.
Living the Carmel Lifestyle by Nicole Truszkowski
Carmel-by-the-Sea is a 1.1 square mile quaint coastal enclave village built amongst a magnificent forest, perched along the Pacific Ocean. Many would describe Carmel as a magical, whimsical fairytale like place showcasing enchanting cottage style architectural homes, astonishing ocean vistas with white sand beaches, and a vibrant coastal ambiance. Carmel-by-the Sea was founded in 1906 by Frank Powers and Frank Devendorf and incorporated as a city in 1916. The abodes of Carmel are an architectural mixture of storybook English cottages, Swiss Alpine chalets, and uniquely Carmel style building design. No two homes are alike, a refreshing change from the typical suburbia lifestyles. The village of Carmel-by-the-Sea resembles a miniature version of Europe. It is not improbable to see to a bereted Parisian saunter out of one of the captivating, Euro-themed bistros. Meander a few blocks down Ocean Avenue to Carmel’s sandy beach and the view is pure California, a rugged Pacific coastline spangled with rocky outcroppings, ghostly cypress trees and the electric green slopes of the famed Pebble Beach golf course. Carmel-by-the-Sea has all the offerings of a big city without the commotion. Enjoy world class art galleries, theater, music, dinning, and breathe taking site seeing all within walking distance of each other. The enchanting village is a lively collection of exclusive inns, almost a 100 art galleries, hundreds of boutiques, small bistros and gourmet restaurants. Carmel cottages are often given names such as “Tinker Bell Gardens,” “Crème Carmel,” “Point of View,” “This Is It,” and the next door neighbor, “This Isn’t.” Originally the early artists who were the builders of many of the homes in the town, named their houses, rather than having numerical addresses (it was believed that these local artists didn’t want to be found. Carmel today is prime real estate, and the surrounding valley is abuzz with top-notch restaurants, boutiques, wineries and precious shops. Carmel’s unique 20-block downtown is enlivened by 42 charming courtyards and passageways, which encourage exploration of the interior spaces of the shopping district. Many locals when speaking about their intriguing community, will tell you how Carmel found them rather than how they discovered Carmel. This is the nature of Carmel-by-the-Sea, its aura. Local Carmelites love living in Carmel for many reasons…a pedestrian friendly environment where you can walk anywhere in town. A drive through the private enclave community of Pebble Beach and the Del Monte Forest along 17-Mile Drive is one of life’s few unforgettable visual experiences. Few drives will ever be as magnificent or memorable. The collide of coastal rugged natural splendor, emerald fairways of seven world famous golf courses, and magnificent architectural mansions is a site to behold. One not need be a golf fanatic to appreciate the harmonious marriage of golf course geography and coastal majesty in and around Pebble Beach. The well traveled two lane 17 mile drive has seen many years of activity. Once a trail in which covered wagons carried guests from hotels to picnic grounds over a 100 years ago. Though a century has passed, some things remain timeless in this enchanted forest. Still today, tourists continue to enjoy the 20 stops along 17 Mile Drive and enjoy vistas of the restless sea. Golf continues to be the number one sport of the area for over 80 years. From the legendary Lone Cypress to the famed eighteenth green of Pebble Beach Golf Links, your trip along 17- Mile Drive will leave you spellbound. Spectacular Pebble Beach estates punctuate but never overwhelm the picturesque shoreline. Discover nature’s treasures as you explore the serene majesty of Del Monte Forest home to a fortunate few Pebble Beach citizens. Here you’ll quickly experience the magic of a legendary scenic tour that’s home to, Seal and Bird Rocks, Fanshell Beach, Point Joe, and the colliding currents of the restless Sea. When your storybook tour is complete, an unforgettable dining experience awaits at one of the many gourmet restaurant as you contemplate purchasing a home in the area. The location is considered a very affluent community which is home to many retirees and sophisticated business entrepreneurs. The exclusive community has few businesses apart from those owned by the Pebble Beach Company (except the golf courses, Stevenson private school, one gas station, and a deli), most of the very exclusive estates are hidden behind mature trees within the Del Monte Forest. The ambiance is quiet, secluded, and romantically foggy.
Views: 11005 Nicole Truszkowski
Walking Tour of Carmel, Calif (Carmel-by-the-Sea)
If you are planning a California trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea, also known simply as Carmel, then this video will show you what to expect! We walk down Ocean Ave. to the beach with stops along the way, including a stop at Dametra Café. We'll show you the famous Carmel beach and take a walk down Scenic Road. Finally after a day at the beach and a stop at the Thursday Farmers Market, we head to dinner at Flaherty's Seafood restaurant. We finish the day resting around the fire pit at the Candle Light Inn!
The Cypress Inn, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California.
"The Cypress Inn" in Carmel-by-the-Sea, is one of those very special hotels, especially in California, that welcomes our doggie family members and makes them feel at home. The hotel is delightfully designed inside and out with a large salon with fireplace and protected outside patio where refreshments and meals are served and dogs get to meet along with their human beings. The rooms are well appointed and comfortable and it is located on a quiet street in the center of town. Downhill is the beach and uphill are the galleries, stores and eateries. This video walks you through the outside and through the hotel and shows you some of the bedrooms and suites. Read more about the hotel on our e-magazine: http://www.gourmetvoyageurs.com/country-pages/pages-usa/pages-carmel/cypress.html Visit their website: http://www.cypress-inn.com/
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A Day trip  at Carmel Beach, Carmel California
A Day Trip at Carmel Beach, Carmel California Carmel-by-the-Sea Monterey County, California
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SCOTT EASTWOOD Interview at "Carmel-by-the-sea" Premiere
Scott Eastwood (Gran Torino, Invictus, Pride, Enter Nowhere, Epic) interview at "CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA" premiere red carpet arrivals at Arclight Hollywood in Los Angeles, California USA March 9, 2011 - Interview by Erica Rhodes CARMEL Synopsis A teenager wanders into Carmel, California, where he is soon introduced to the art-forgery community - Starring Lauren Bacall - Josh Hutcherson - Alfred Molina - Hayden Panettiere © Ricomix Productions / /
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Beach Treasures at Carmel - Mayor Clint Eastwood's personal beach
Treasure hunting on Carmel-by-the-Sea beach in sunny California - Home to Mayor Clint Eastwood and next to worlds most expensive gold course. In this metal detecting adventure the True Vikings gets some awesome finds once again with their brand new Equinox 800 metal detectors. Foreign valuables and coins are found while treasure hunting on the beach. Emil Shares some techniques and tips for beginners and newbies. How to find the best spots? How to metal detect on beach? How to find a cut on the beach? are questions that today's funny metal detecting show will answer. Perhaps Gold, Silver and a Rolex in today's show? Find out now. Smooth Sailing (with Guitar) by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Are you new on the channel? Then Subscribe and help us reach 2000 subscribers. We have some epic videos coming out every Tuesday at 9 PM (Finnish time) about #metaldetecting, #treasurehunting, #exploring, #magnetfishing and #hiking Contact: [email protected] Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/TheTrueVikings/ https://www.instagram.com/true_vikings/ https://twitter.com/True_Vikings If you want to support us, check out our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/truevikings/ ___________________________________________________________ Check out our other treasure hunting videos from Finland: Finally some GOLD - metal detecting Finland https://youtu.be/ElvKIOjWR1I Exploring an OLD ABANDONED ISLAND - metal detecting Finland https://youtu.be/sPK7IoErORw Metal Detecting for Silver and Gold https://youtu.be/4yMVZK2KzH4 Metal Detecting in VIPER infested forest - FINLAND https://youtu.be/3yVeE8dd3Ac Beach detecting in Kalajoki, Finland https://youtu.be/jcBlYJsmYwc Finland forest treasure hunting / Aarteenetsintä Turku https://youtu.be/2Otg8GjQdZo Metal detecting old gun and booze smuggling fields in Finland https://youtu.be/QhNyY-08HEg A fistful of old European coins https://youtu.be/iXImTbmxMN4 Rare silver coin found in subarctic Finland https://youtu.be/n-ET-MeYPWY The Crucifix - Metal detecting old fields in Finland https://youtu.be/HW9XtevOyr8 _____________________________________________________________
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The Storybook "Golden Rectangle" in Carmel-by-the-Sea
Carmel-by-the-Sea is a celebrated travel destination known across the globe. Situated along the coast of California south of San Francisco, Carmel-by-the-Sea was founded around the turn of the 20th century as a progressive artist’s community. Many famous writers, artists and poets helped shape the formation of Carmel, it’s development, laws and culture. The “Golden Rectangle” is the southwest area of downtown Carmel known for its highly-coveted real estate. Many of the homes in the golden rectangle were built in the early 1900s, and a good number were custom built by artists and poets living in the community. Carmel-by-the-Sea is rich with art history, culture, and entertainment, and homes in the Golden Rectangle enjoy a proximity to these amenities. The walkability of the Golden rectangle makes it truly special. Whether your interest is in downtown shopping, historic art venues such as the Forest Theater and the Sunset Center, fine dining and wine-tasting, or the stunning Carmel Beach, living in the Golden Rectangle means you will always have these amazing opportunities just a short stroll away. To learn more about Nate and about living on the Monterey Peninsula, visit him at: ==================================== www.facebook.com/MontereyCoastLiving www.instagram.com/montereycoastliving www.randallrealty.com ==================================== Nate Randall, Realtor Sotheby's International Realty CalBRE #02033961
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Getting out feet wet at Carmel California.
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The Forge Restaurant • Carmel, CA
Anchored in the past, but ready but the future. See what's new at The Forge. Carmel, California
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Carmel-by-the-Sea in a Class B RV
Carmel-by-the-Sea is a charming town with lots of history and a great coastline. Because it has an abundance of art galleries, unique shops and fantastic restaurants, it's a great place for dining and window shopping. Join us as we hang out at the beach in the morning, explore the town in the afternoon, and catch the sunset in the evening. In addition, we give you a peek into our stealth van after dark. Because Carmel-by-the-Sea is a tourist spot, it can be challenging to find parking for a car. And you can expect it can take even a little longer to find parking for a Class B RV. If you enjoy this video, please subscribe to our channel. Techie and Writer Video Productions Introduction Design by Brandon Haataia Music by: What You Wanna Do Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Vacation Walk on the String Swing Swing Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Smooth Cat Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Peaceful Rain Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Walk That Bass Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Gangster City Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Lil Ted Street Prayer Damo Louie Soundcloud Slowing Down Time Jay Man OurMusicBox.com Special thanks to Dametra Café for permission to film their music performance by: Singer Antonio Oud Bashar Drummer Sam Cajon Nadia This episode was filmed October 20-21, 2017.
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Family Trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea and Monterey at Christmas
Family Trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea by the Sea and Monterey at Christmas
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California Carmel by the Sea Dolphins
Watching Dolphins at Carmel by the Sea beaches.
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Carmel-by-the-Sea, Celebrity Lifestyle
Privacy was only part of the package S.F.B. Morse envisioned for the rich and recluse, the wealthy and wild he would lure to the jewel of the Monterey Peninsula when he began developing and preserving the coastal splendor of the Del Monte Forest. Scenery and celebration, glamour and golf were the promise for those who could earn their way inside the gates of the enchanted forest by the sea. The craggy coast of golden granite, guarded by the lone sentinel whose gnarled branches and windswept foliage against a Pacific blue backdrop, proved an ideal setting for golf courses and polo fields and created the ideal invitation for such Hollywood glitterati as Gable & Lombard, Gardner & Rooney, Hilton & Taylor, Fairbanks & Pickford. It was an era of extreme entertaining a la Salvador Dali dinners and Crosby Clambakes. "It was a time when a black-tie event was available every night of the week," said the late Virginia Stanton who, with architect-husband Bob, made their home in Pebble Beach before venturing out into the Carmel Valley. "But not everyone could tolerate the weather or the social climate of the Forest. Eventually we began making our way into Carmel." Today, while much of young Hollywood seems equally happy to bask in the glow of the spotlight as the flash on the street, seasoned celebrity residents come to Carmel to blend like a chameleon into community by the sea, going to great lengths to protect their investment and their privacy behind the gates and gardens that reveal only a peek of the ocean and a glimpse of the glamour. And it works, said Stanton, because here, everyone is special. "People come here to relax, blend in and enjoy the fruits of their labor and the beautiful aspects of this area," said Judith Profeta, owner of Alain Pinel Realtors in Carmel. "Higher-end clients come here to entertain a sense of normalcy or what we envision that to be. We all have a fantasy of what life should be like, filled with flowers and trees, peace and tranquility, and beautiful views." When the actress you enjoyed in last-night's film shows up in this morning's yoga class, you don't mention it. Either you didn't notice, you didn't care or you honored the code of Carmel anonymity. It's why movie stars can come to Carmel for a romantic getaway, talk-show hosts can join girlfriends at a spa, writers can hang out at a local pub and dignitaries can make reservations for dinner. In public. In Carmel, anybody you pass on the street could be somebody. And once in awhile, it's Clint.
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Carmel by the Sea|Monterey Bay|Point Lobos CA|Pebble Beach|California
http://www.carmelmissioninn.com/ Take a two minute whirlwind adventure to some of the best locations in Carmel and Monterey. Great local restaurants, wineries, and recreational sports are a few of the many things visitors to the Central Coast can enjoy. Watch our video and get a few unique ideas on what to do while on your next vacation.
Views: 1769 Carmel Mission Inn
Carmel City (Down town) California
This is a tour video of camel by the sea city in california. See shops , beautiful houses, footpath and other interesting stuff in the city.
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Q at Carmel Beach
Recorded on October 20, 2007 at the Ocean Avenue beach in Carmel By The Sea
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Seashell Cottage,  Carmel-by-the-Sea, California Vacation Rental (3274)
https://www.sanctuaryvacationrentals.com/vacation-rentals/3274-sea-shell-cottage Sanctuary Vacation Rentals Welcomes You! We provide all the amenities and services of a 5-star resort with all the comforts of home. Call our office at 831-373-7103 to book this home. See our collection of homes from all around the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel, Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove and Big Sur at www.sanctuaryvacationrentals.com We look forward to hosting you! (We have disabled comments on our videos because we are unable to moderate all the comments that we receive at this time. Guest comments for each home may be seen on our website and on our listings on Homeaway, VRBO, Flipkey, Trip Advisor.)
Exploring Carmel-by-the-Sea
Driving, shopping and eating in Carmel, California
Views: 136 Jill K
Carmel-By-The-Sea --- City in a Forest
Carmel - Things to See and Do. Pristine white sand beach, upscale shopping, art galleries, fine dining, dog friendly town, surf, waves, hike, walk, attend live plays, world class ocean front playground in forest, nearby Monterey Bay Aquarium, Big Sur, biking, Ocean, Clint Eastwood, Mission Ranch, Carmel Mission, Doris Day, Cypress Inn, B&B.
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Monterey Car Week: Carmel by the Sea Concours 2018 with ClassicCars.com editor Andy Reid
View live and post event coverage from Monterey Car Week at: www.classiccars.com/montereycarweek - - - - Looking to sell your classic or collector car? List is here: https://goo.gl/xWnNd8 - - - - Need a car shipped, inspected, appraised, and or insured? ClassicCars.com resources guide: https://goo.gl/ET1Kwp - - - - Read the latest automotive news: https://goo.gl/fuiACb
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"Carmel"California Storybook*Fairytale Cottages*Joe Sample
"Carmel" By_The_Sea California Storybook*Fairytale Cottages* Joe Sample*Carmel This is my Favorite Quaint Village in California as I love the Cottages I included in this video... Carmel-by-the-Sea, often simply referred to as Carmel, is a city in Monterey County, California, United States, founded in 1902 and incorporated on October 31, 1916. Situated on the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel is known for its natural scenery and rich artistic history. In 1906, the San Francisco Call devoted a full page to the "artists, writers and poets at Carmel-by-the-Sea",and in 1910 it reported that 60 percent of Carmel's houses were built by citizens who were "devoting their lives to work connected to the aesthetic arts." Early City Councils were dominated by artists, and the city has had several mayors who were poets or actors, including Herbert Heron, founder of the Forest Theater, bohemian writer and actor Perry Newberry, and actor-director Clint Eastwood. The city is known for being dog-friendly because of resident Doris Day, with numerous hotels, restaurants and retail establishments admitting guests with dogs. Carmel is also known for several unusual laws, including a prohibition on wearing high-heel shoes without a permit, enacted to prevent lawsuits arising from tripping accidents caused by irregular pavement distorted by tree roots. Carmel-by-the-Sea is located on the Pacific coast, about 330 miles (530 km) north of Los Angeles and 120 miles (190 km) south of San Francisco. Communities nearby Carmel-by-the-Sea include Carmel Valley Village and Carmel Highlands. The Carmel-by-the-Sea area is permeated by Native American, Spanish, Mexican and American history. Most scholars believe that the Esselen-speaking people were the first Native Americans to inhabit the area of Carmel, but the Ohlone people pushed them south into the mountains of Big Sur around the 6th century. In 1905, the Carmel Arts and Crafts Club was formed to support and produce artistic works. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake the village was inundated with musicians, writers, painters and other artists turning to the establishing artist colony after the bay city was destroyed. The new residents were offered home lots – ten dollars down, little or no interest, and whatever they could pay on a monthly basis.[19] Jack London describes the artists' colony in his novel The Valley of the Moon. Among the noted writers who lived in or frequented the village were Mary Austin, Nora May French, Robinson Jeffers, Sinclair Lewis, George Sterling and his protege Clark Ashton Smith, and Upton Sinclair. Visual artists of Carmel in the early twentieth century included Anne Bremer, Ferdinand Burgdorff, E. Charlton Fortune, Arnold Genthe, Percy Gray, Armin Hansen, Alice MacGowan, Charles Rollo Peters, William Frederic Ritschel, and Sydney Yard. The Arts and Crafts Club held exhibitions, lectures, dances, and produced plays and recitals at numerous locations in Carmel, including the Pine Inn Hotel, the Old Bath House on Ocean Ave, the Forest Theater, and a small building in the downtown area donated by the Carmel Development Company. In 1911, the town's rich Shakespearean tradition began with a production of Twelfth Night, directed by Garnet Holme of UC Berkeley and featuring future mayors Perry Newberry and Herbert Heron, with settings designed by artist Mary DeNeale Morgan. Twelfth Night was again presented in 1940 at Heron's inaugural Carmel Shakespeare Festival, and was repeated in 1942 and 1956. By 1914, the club had achieved national recognition, with an article in The Mercury Herald commenting that "a fever of activity seems to have seized the community and each newcomer is immediately inoculated and begins with great enthusiasm to do something ... with plays, studios and studies". In 1906, San Francisco photographer Arnold Genthe joined the Carmel arts colony, where he was able to pursue his pioneering work in color photography. His first attempts were taken in his garden, primarily portraits of his friends, including the leading Shakespearean actor and actress of the period, Edward Sothern and Julia Marlowe, who were costumed as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.My first trials with this medium were made at Carmel where the cypresses and rocks of Point Lobos, the always varying sunsets and the intriguing shadows of the sand dunes offered a rich field for color experiments."Genthe "became famous for his impressionistic portrayals of society women, artists, dancers, and theater personalities." Edward Weston moved to Carmel in 1929 and shot the first of numerous nature photographs, many set at Point Lobos, on the south side of Carmel Bay. In 1936, Weston became the first photographer to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in experimental photography. In 1948, after the onset of Parkinson's disease, he took his last photograph, an image of Point Lobos.
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Oceanside Fine Dining: Carmel Highlands Pacific's Edge Restaurant Review
One of my all-time favorite restaurants is Pacific's Edge in the Hyatt Highlands Inn in Carmel, CA. Not only is the classic food superb, but the views of the Pacific Ocean are phenomenal. Next door is the Sunset Lounge where you can first get drinks and appetizers. After it's recent renovation & menu overhaul in 2015/2016, I see if it's just as good as before. Many thanks to Kevin McLeod for providing the music! To find out more about Pookatori & Friends: https://youtu.be/4ChxkmRLZPY California Market at Pacific's Edge Hyatt Highlands Inn 120 Highlands Drive Carmel, CA 93923 Website: https://highlandsinn.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/california-market-at-pacifics-edge.html Reservations can be made on OpenTable Read more about Good Eatz on my blog: www.zeeneinreallife.com
Views: 845 Zeene InRealLife
An Afternoon Outing To Carmel-by-the-Sea and Monterey, CA With The Family (4-3-12)
Watch in high quality (480p). In this video, it shows me and my family's mini outing to Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA and Monterey, CA. We also wanted to bring our dogs, Koby and Cocoa so they can get a chance to enjoy the great outdoors and walk on the sand and enjoy the beach since it was a nice, spring-like day this day. So first, it shows the drive to Carmel from San Jose. We left home around 2:20 p.m. The dogs were already excited just riding in the car. We had to stop in Gilroy, CA to refuel. We finally arrived to Carmel-by-the-Sea by 3:45 p.m. Once we found our spot, we settled down and ate our lunch of Jollibee. It looked like it was high tide. The Koby and Cocoa were already tired from running and playing on the sand. Basically we just chilled and enjoyed the views and sights and sounds of the sea. I also got too relaxed that I actually laid down. It was quite relaxing. By about 7 p.m. or so, we decided to leave the beach since we had a bit of an accident. We had to cut the trip a bit short since of Cocoa being quite too aggressive since a couple large dogs came quite close and bit my mom. I didn't want to stay for sunset anyways since it was too much cloud cover. We only managed to see the early part of the sunset. Since we still had a good amount of daylight then, we stopped around the little town by the sea in Carmel. We walked a bit, looked into the Cottage of Sweets and the Carmel Bakery. We got Turkish delight from the Cottage of Sweets and I got caramel drink from the Carmel Bakery. As we left Carmel, we decided to stop by Monterey, CA to get a bite to eat for our dinner. We went through the Cannery Row and we decided to get calm chowder bread bowls from Fish Hopper. Once we got our food, we drove to Seaside, CA, by McDonald's and parked there so we can enjoy our clam chowder in the car. Koby and Cocoa also got a chance to try the chowder. Cocoa was thirsty after having a fun time at the beach! It was a great day today at the beach with my family and the doggies! (Filmed at Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA and Monterey, CA and Seaside, CA on Tuesday, April 3, 2012)
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capsule wardrobe combo in carmel-by-the-sea
Carmel-by-the-sea is one of my favorite places to visit along Hwy 1. It's a quaint little seaside town in central California full of unique houses, shops, and greenery. I have fond memories of my Mom taking me and my little sister through the darling little shops there when I was a kid. Nick and I stopped there on our way home from our Yosemite trip and I'm so glad we did! This capsule wardrobe combo is featuring my army jacket from my last capsule video. All of my other jackets smelt like camp fire because of our camping trip, ha! I hope you guys don't mind the repetition ;) My husband, Nick, is responsible for the incredible drone footage, check out his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/ncherry33 This video is part of my capsule wardrobe series. At the beginning May 2015, I got rid of nearly 80% of my closet and have happily adopted a more minimalist view of fashion. Check out my capsule wardrobe playlist here: http://bit.ly/1NNfv5V SOCIAL STUFF-----------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­-------------- Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/allitav/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/allitav/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Alli_Cherry Write me & I'll write you back! :) PO Box 1421 Los Alamitos, CA 90720 CARD SHOP------------------------------------­­­------------------- Rad & Random Card Shop: https://goo.gl/ta1g9a Shop Instagram: https://goo.gl/3dtnvX RECENT VIDEOS----------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­-------------- Small Biz, Brand Focus Playlist: http://bit.ly/1lDETTo Capsule Wardrobe Playlist: http://bit.ly/1N34OtE Cherry Travco Playlist: http://bit.ly/1EuiM8X Travel Playlist: http://bit.ly/1V3NcnH MUSIC-----------------------------------­­----------------------------- Dr. Turtle http://freemusicarchive.org/music/doctor_turtle/ NEW HERE?-----------------------------------­­­­­­­­­-------------------- Hi, I’m Alli! I’ve been making videos on this channel since June 2014, but I’ve been watching youtube videos for much longer ;). Before starting this channel as my creative outlet, I was in a major rut and thought the challenge of making a video every week would help. I'm happy to report that it did! Making Youtube videos is now my favorite hobby and I’m excited to see where it can take me in the future. On this channel, I share my journey toward a capsule wardrobe, travel videos, home decor projects, healthy recipes, natural beauty recommendations, and more! My husband (Nick) and I are also documenting the renovation of our 1974 dodge travco motorhome: lovingly referred to as the Cherry Travco!
Views: 4236 Alli Cherry
On The Beach In Carmel California
Me on the beach in Carmel California. This was a nice day.
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26200 Ocean View Avenue, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
This one of a kind beauty is one of the very few homes that has views of Carmel Bay with Pebble Beach Lodge and Golf Course in the background, and views of Stewart Cove and Point Lobos. In the 6,900 square feet, there are 6 bedrooms, 6 and one half baths, a nursery and a work out room. The dining room, living room, kitchen and family rooms all have exceptional views of either Pebble Beach or Point Lobos. Upstairs is the master bedroom with a full bath and dressing area for her. In addition, an amazing office retreat with a separate bath and dressing area for him. The corner lot is 9,800 square feet and provides privacy and world class views from both directions. The stone fire pit on the patio offers an entertainment area where you can listen to the surf, watch otters play, see dolphins and whales dancing in the sea and view magnificent sunsets.
Views: 1483 Carmel Realty Company
Easter 2008 in Carmel by the sea
Easter 2008 in Carmel by the sea
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A moment in nature at Carmel-by-the-Sea, California by RealFoodTraveler.com
Beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea is a very special place, perfect for practicing mindfulness and getting away from it all. For inspiration, here's a moment at the ocean in Carmel from RealFoodTraveler.com. Visit our website to learn more about the area.https://www.realfoodtraveler.com/2018/05/unplug-at-carmel-by-the-sea/
Carmel By the Sea
Demetra Restaurant at Carmel By the Sea
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Carmel-By-The-Sea - Monterey, California - 4K Travel Vlog
Join us as we find some wild sea lions at The Old Fisherman’s Wharf and take an amazing hike through Point Lobo’s State Reserve! (Filmed with my GoPro Hero 4) Check out our other videos and please Subscribe :) Find out more about us at www.familytravelgo.com/about Follow us on social media ! :) Snapchat dylankmyers Twitter - https://twitter.com/familytravelgo Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Familytravelgo/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/familytravego Dylan, Kayla, Cash and Cale Myers Family Travel Go with the Myers Family www.familytravelgo.com
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