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Well today we spent have been mostly in the car .... We started off with the 17 mile drive beautiful well kept nature reserve. We then continued on to Carmel where the beach was white and the sea blue didn't stop as it is Labour day so packed. Along the coastal road ( narrow and lots of bridges ) we proceeded stopping a various vista points to admire the views and wildlife ( seals) We ...
... The grounds were beautifully landscaped and the views from the top of the hill were incredible. Well worth the trip!
Following the tour, we drove to the beach at San Simeon State Park to see if any sea lions were about. We spotted a couple sunning themselves on the beach and a few in the water. One of the big guys was flipping sand onto his back. Guess it gets pretty warm when you have nothing to do but lay around ...
... and Wyatt Earp. My interest was a little more contemporary and I came to know Melody Ranch through a 2004 series - Deadwood. Based on a real town in South Dakota during a gold rush. 10,000 people came to Deadwood in 3 months and the story is based on real life characters from history including a link to our next stop George Hearst. I really enjoyed the series. Its not for the fainted hearted nor the delicate of ear but if you can get past the language its a ripping yarn.
... the sidewalks. It was then a quick stop at Hearst Castle with its huge grounds and stunning views.
We were hoping to take Highway 1 the whole way to San Francisco but unfortunately there had been a landslide a few weeks back and we were told to take a detour from the castle which would mean missing out on a great deal of the scenic route. We manged to find a slightly different detour which took us through a ...
... headed down to the beach. There was an art exhibition along the waterfront and a demonstration against the Afghanistan war on the beach, with a cross set up for each US soldier that had been killed.
One thing we noticed is that the homeless people in Santa Barbara show a bit of initiative. A few had blankets set up on the beach just near the wharf, with targets on the blankets for people to throw coins at.
The kids had a few ...
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Other places to stay in Cambria
1979 Dreydon Avenue, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $109
2476 Main Street, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $141
- A must stay at the Olallieberry Inn
- Terrific place for quality R&R
- Overpriced; not too special.
4063 Burton Drive, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $125
6530 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | 2 star b&bfrom $174
1605 London Lane, Cambria | B&Bfrom $165
2498 Leona Dr., Cambria | B&Bfrom $125
6736 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $219
2555 MacLeod Way, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $145
2990 Burton Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $155
- Best B&B between San Diego and San Francisco
- Wish everyone could have the experience!
- Please don't go there!