Ann and George's Bed & Breakfast
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The last few days we have been wandering the coast heading to the start of the pacific coast highway. Spent the night in Morro Bay before moving into tonight's accommodation at San Simeon. Morro Bay was nice but the view was busted by the smoke stacks of a ...
... to have the site set up with cocktails in hand when he drove in, but unfortunately that wasn't the case. We drove around the campground and picked a spot up on a hill with a view of the farm and ranchland below, away from other campers and more private. Because the area is in such a severe drought, we learned quickly that all showers and flush toilets were off limits, and that we would be using port-a-potties for the duration of our stay. Lucky for ...
... we will make further inquiries when we return to Los Angeles at the end of our trip.
After a lovely Seafood lunch on the Pier we left and were driven to an Old Santa Barbara Spanish built Mission which was the 10th built in its time of 1786.
Enroute to the mission we passed the Santa barbara University which is built overlooking the Bay. It must be the best view of any University that I am aware of. This aside - as we passed we noticed a field full ...
... having fun people watching. Driving down the main strip of Santa Barbara was quite surreal! There really are Baywatch towers on the beach, palm trees lining the road and market stalls in the park. Not to mention almost every car parked on the side of the road is a convertible! We parked up at the pier and went to the local “must do” fish and chip bar on the harbor! We again had to wait downstairs in the bar for a table upstairs to become available. It ...
... view the sunset. Unfortunately the clothes we had on were not enough. It was very cold but this could possibly be our last sunset overlooking the sea and so we stuck it out in the cold and watched the sunset. Michael Borders told us of the green sunset, this is when the last rays of sun go under the horizon and it reflects on the the sea giving the sunset a green appearance. You can see the green light for only a few seconds. I kept taking photos of the ...