Cambria Landing Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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The first stop on our Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1) was the Point Lobos State Reserve. Great views of the Pacific Coast along with Bird Island Rookeries where we saw thousands of birds doing whatever they do on the huge rocks overlooking the beach. At Garrapata State Park we were able to hike down to the beach for a close up look at the massive …
... The drop was sheer down to the rocks and pacific breakers, sometimes more than a hundred feet below just to our right as we were heading south on the right lane of the road. There were mountains to our left, sometimes bare, sometimes scrub. We left Pebble Beach and north Carmel at 11.00 and the coast levelled out a hundred miles or so and about five hours later. The speed limit was 45/55mph, but slower on bends. Rarely was there any form of crash barrier. The road cut ...
... The views were stunning, with bright blue sea crashing against rocks sending up fresh white spray. Inbetween the rocks were swathes of kelp, gently swaying from side to side on the ocean's swell, and if you looked very carefully, you could see some sea otters, who wrap the kelp round themselves to act as an anchor, lying on their backs.
There were also black harbour seal heads bobbing up and down all over the place, and the occasional sea lion too. On ...
... lighthouse - on Point Sur but sadly all the area was a naval base and although it looked like it wasn't being used you couldn't get to the headland and the light.
The road swings inland and passes through the strung out tourist village of Big Sur, before returning to the coast again.
Finally the sheer drops into the sea make way for a more gentle rolling countryside along the sea boundary, the more rugged hills pushing inland. Stopped ...
Sunday morning we took the picture of the whole group (minus 2, who had already left). Before they left, Erin asked if she could pray with me (yes, we probably would not have ever met out in another world) and I said sure, I accept all blessings offered to me. She was so great. After the prayer, she said she got a vision of me as a precious stone and God was making the setting for me to fit into. I ...