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... true speed limit 4. Horns may be used at any time you feel fit. Even when just sitting in traffic We also learnt that there are many Californian towns starting with Santa: Santa Cruz, Santa Monica, Santa Claus (well, maybe not Santa Claus, but there was a road named appropriately!). In keeping with the Santa theme, our first stop after leaving San Francisco was Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz was a very laid back town; we made our way down ...
... just soaking in the atmosphere.
We passed through a marine base then made our next stop at the beach in San Clemente.
We parked and got out for a nice walk along the beach. To get to the beach you had to cross some train tracks, and just as we were coming up to it, the boom gate came down so we had to wait for the train to pass before getting to the sand!
We wandered along the pretty, packed beach, and past the clifftop houses, and past the lifeguard ...
... tennis courts and an indoor swimming pool. Afterwards we took the bus down the windy roads pass the his old zoo to the bottom, where we started from. Our ticket also included a film documentary called "Hearst Castle, Building the Dream" a very detailed story of one man and his ambition.
It was getting late and we needed to set our beds for the night. We took the short drive to San Simone national park. We found it with ease and found a spot near the toilets of ...
... and other art surrounding it. It was being renovated while we were there. The indoor pool is designed after a roman bath, once again stunning. One other interesting note, in it's day the castle housed one of the largest zoos in North America as Hearst was an animal lover. It was a great day at the castle.
San Luis Obispo
We decided ...
... Lompoc. It's legal, we checked. We then called in at Von's to get some Ibuprofen and a ****** fast food Carl's Jr lunch. I had my first practise drive in the carpark between the two shops. After lunch I drove from Lompoc to Guadalupe. I roughly have a 50% rate of accuracy at getting the blinkers on first time vs turning the windscreen wipers on. I even worked up to having the radio on too. It was very windy and dusty for the second half of our trip today and we ...