Carmel, California. Imagine a sleepy coastal town whose lifting morning fog reminds you of a cozy English village set among towering pine and cypress trees. Now picture the same place with no street addresses, sidewalks, parking meters, or streetlights; a place where houses have names like Periwinkle and Sea Urchin and where four-legged friends are as welcome as the two-legged variety.
Is this a dream?
No, you are in Carmel-by-the-Sea.
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