The long track of Highway 1 has scattered a number of different towns along the Pacific coast. Carmel is a bohemian art town with antique shops, candy stores, galleries and toy stores. Because Halloween is coming, a variety of festive atmospheres fill the entire window. The architectural style is full of old-fashioned country style, and every window is warm and light, giving people the feeling of going home. It is said that the residents here are strongly resisting modernization. It is still forbidden to post advertisements, install neon lights or parking meters and cover fast food restaurants in the city to maintain the original appearance. 6 pm, most of the shops here are already snoring, but the lights are still in the store. The clever window display makes the nights no longer lonely. Through each window, you can see the unique style of decoration. The shops are all artists, and here weaving a colorful fairytale night.