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... to go to the toilet. He simply couldn't wait the 5 minutes until we got to Hearst Castle. We discovered the toilets at the petrol station were port-a-loos. He checked them out. Suddenly, he could wait. Cambria looked like a very nice little town. They were decorated for Halloween but I approved. No zombies, more scarecrows and pumpkins. We arrived at Hearst Castle at 10:40. First thing we saw were the port-a-loos scattered throughout the carpark. That didn't make sense. ...
Short blog today... Breakfast at a place that we and the kids enjoy...Toasties! Went there with Sayo, Mel, their granddaughter, Drew, and Gerry. Great food as always: I had a Linguisa Portuguese sausage, avocado, onion, and pepper omelette, Dick had a minced ham egg scramble and small pancakes. Gerry and Drew had the same thing only the Poppa Bear and Baby Bear version of scrambled eggs, pancakes, and bacon. Guess who had which! Sayo ...
... many different crops grown and harvested there. Unfortunately, this is all there is in Salinas! So our last night on the road was spent very cheerfully in Denny's diner, drinking beer, putting the world to rights, and eating burger and fries. For our final day on the road we left Salinas fairly early and drove up to Santa Cruz, aiming to arrive at brunch-time. We parked up in downtown and had a wander around the shops, including a stop for some food at Walnut Street Cafe - ...
... do spot a sign saying "elephant seals", so we pull off into a car park which is fairly busy, as there is a pod of elephant seals lounging around on the nearby beach, with lots of tourists stopping to have a look. The smell is interesting! After we have stretched our legs a bit further, we climb back in the car and keep going.
The drive north is nice, albeit foggy. We stop occasionally to get photos of some nice scenery, or ...
... being a great actor and director of movies; he was a great businessman. A couple of the changes he made was to allow tourist buses into the town as they had previously been restricted. His reasoning was that the town was losing out on the purchasing power of the tourists and another change was that he charging Tour Buses to go through the Pebble Beach Exclusive area in an effort to balance the County's books.
Carmel is known for its ...