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KEY Magazine, Carmel, the Monterey Peninsula and Salinas Valley, Things to Do, Shopping, Galleries, Dining, Maps and Much More!

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  • NOVEMBER 2014

    Things to Do t ShoppingGalleries t Dining t Maps

    www.keymagazine.com

    Your ONLY Monthly Guide to Carmel & the Monterey Peninsula & Salinas Valley

    Carmel MissionCover Story Page 10 & 11

  • Suspension

    by Bradley D. WeberSpectrum Award winning designer

    107 Crossroads Blvd., Carmelwww.webergoldsmithgallery.com

    831-626-7600

  • Our enchanting coastal hideaway overlooking the Big Sur coastline has

    drawn travelers from

    around the world for more than

    55 years. From the moment you

    arrive, the unforgettable ocean views

    set the tone for relaxation, and a host

    of complimentary amenities pamper

    you from morning to night. With our

    gracious elegance and 35 luxuriously

    appointed rooms and suites, the Tickle Pink Inn

    is a place you will always remember.

    RESERVATIONS (866 ) 598-4580

    WWW.TICKLEPINKINN.COM

    155 HIGHLAND DRIVE, CARMEL, CA 93923

    A N A M E T O R E M E M B E R ,

    a view you will never forget.

    Voted one of the TOP 500 HOTELS IN THE WORLD

    by Travel & Leisure Magazine

  • 4The owners of Ladyfingers gallery, Steve and Elaine Kaufman, have always had the urge to travel. Together they have made numerous trips to Europe, Asia, and just recently North Africa. They have been robbed in the Paris Metro, deliberately short changed in a bus station in Florence, overcharged and tricked by taxi drivers from Beijing to Barcelona, and have come close to dying when their chauffeured driven Toyota Land Cruiser nearly slid off a 16,000 foot pass on a LONELY dirt road in Tibet.

    Despite these perils, the blistering heat, and various travelers illnesses, they would not have changed a thing. They believe the adventure has been worth it, as they have seen the most incredible things and met the most wonderful people from all walks of life.

    Their travels have influenced and inspired the look and feel of their gallery which opened in 1977. Since their opening they have been committed to finding the most creative and exciting jewelry for an extremely discriminating and self-confident clientele.

    Ladyfingers has been recognized as a destination for presenting internationally recognized designers, icons of the jewelry world, many of whom have their work in major

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    collections and museums worldwide. Two of their designers, Munsteiner and Kent Raible have work in permanent exhibitions in the Smithsonian. Their gallery has received the award for top designer of the year from the Contemporary Design Group, voted one of the top 25 designer galleries by Lustre Magazine and has received consecutive designer retailer of the year awards from the JCK. They have been mentioned in major publications such as Departures Magazine, LA Style, Best Places in California, as well as Yahoos travel website.

    If you are a seeker of the unusual, this award winning gallery should not be missed; visit Ladyfingers, on Dolores between Ocean and 7th, Carmel. Steve and Elaine Kaufman together with their expertly trained staff are dedicated to providing a unique shopping experience with outstanding customer service.

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  • 6Locally Owned & Operated

    CARMEL, THE MONTEREYPENINSULA and SALINAS

    CONTENTS

    Copyright 2014 Tri-County Publications, KEY Magazine.All rights reserved. Reproduction of Maps and/or contents isprohibited. This magazine is authorized by, and the trademarkKEY and the KEY design are licensed by, KEY Magazines, Inc.Not responsible for Ads appearing wrong more than once.

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    Graphic Design Larry Omoto

    Volume 45 Number 11 NOVEMBER 2014

    Calendar of Events........................................36-37Carmel Mission ....................................................10Cover Story....................................................10-11Crossroads............................................................12Fashion ....................................................................7 Galleries ..........................................................30-31Golfing on the Peninsula....................................27Jewelry ............................................................32-33Restaurants ....................................................38-39Shopping ................................................................20Sports / Adventure ............................................ 28Things To Do and See ................................45-46

    Maps Cannery Row............................................28-29

    Carmel ..............................................................18 Highway ............................................................14 Monterey, Downtown ..................................26 Pacific Grove ..................................................34 Peninsula ....................................................42-43

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  • 7CARMEL MISSIONCarmel Mission, Mission San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo,sits behind adobe walls in a quiet area of Carmel. CarmelMission is considered one of the most beautiful missions in thechain of nine stretching along Californias Central Coast. A self-guided tour of the Mission can be taken, where you will see twoseparate museums, a replica of the Missions kitchen and library,and a re-creation of Father Serras ascetic cell. At the foot ofthe main altar lies the final resting place of the founder of theCalifornia Missions, Padre Junipero Serra, who died in 1784 atthe age of 71. Self guided tours of the Carmel Mission are avail-able as well as a mandatory visit to the Mission Museum giftshop. The Carmel Mission is located at 3080 Rio Road, Carmel,CA. (831)624-1271. www.carmelmission.org

    MISSION

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    The Best in Mens ClothingListed in Esquire MagazinesBest of Class list. An American premier mens collection witha eclectic mix of luxury American brands of Samuelsohn, BillsKhakis, Southern Tide and Scott Barber joining Europeangiants, Paul &