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... in the heart of Big Sur national park and surrounded by pine trees and steep cliffs and so idyllic. After this we head to Julia Pfeiffer Burns state park and do a couple of hiking trails along the wild cliff tops. Everything is soooo pretty. Next up was McWay waterfall which falls directly onto the beach. and then ...
... zebras and other exotic animals that still roam the grounds. The Hearst family donated the home to the state of California in 1957 but under the conditions that they could still use the home whenever the want. There is a large Victorian home on the property that the Hearst Family still uses although it is hidden behind large trees to maintain privacy. If you are in the area, it is a must see. We felt like we were walking in the Great Gatsby movie. Next off to see the Elephant ...
... today, as we didn't see the sun til we got to the castle, or Ranch, as Hearst referred to it. Hundreds of Elephant Seals off the coast, and these are only the females and juveniles. Saw many more seals as we drove up the coast, not sure what variety. Lunch at Kevah Cafe at Nepenthe near Big Sur. some roadwork and lots of stunning scenery. Made it into Monterey ...
... Strange alien-like rocks populate the rest of the beach, some resemble skulls to some humanoid creatures, at least to someone with an imagination like mine.
All play and no work makes Pat regret not moving up the beach sooner, I think to myself, and not wanting to find out firsthand how the people of Atlantis felt, I decide it's time to find higher ground for the night.
I find a place far enough away from the water that show no evidence that ...
... was really reasonable for the cabin we slept in, and just a delight to have no TV or Internet distractions for the evening. We ate dinner at a great little lodge. Maria had the lamb shank, which was a huge succulent piece, and Neil had the miso-glazed salmon, a sweet and tender filet. We also enjoyed wasabi mashed potatoes and broccoli and carrots. After dinner, we headed back to the cabin for some deserved R&R. See you ...
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- Terrific place for quality R&R
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4063 Burton Drive, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $125
6530 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | 2 star b&bfrom $208
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!