Cambria Landing Inn & Suites
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... overhead, and we stopped a few times just to drink in the views. I managed to get a picture of a squadron of pelicans flying over the ocean next to the car, and at one point Ian squawked 'Seals! Seals!’ much like a seal might if it could talk, so we stopped again and found a pod of elephant seals sunning themselves on the rocky beach and making **** noises with their floppy noses – which naturally we found very funny. Ian stopped to take a photo of ...
... side of the mountains, the temp was 78. As soon as we started down the West side, the temp dropped to 50. When we stopped in Paso Robles for a potty break and gas, it was COLD. We had both dressed in shorts.
The difference in landscape was night and day. All green and lush and wine vineyards with tasting advertized all along rt46 toward CA1 or the PCH.
Very few pics for this stage of the day's ride.
... Sea Otters out in the ocean which was really neat. We had a bit of a small hike back up to the car but it was good because we all needed the fresh air.. :) Our last stop was at McWay Falls where we walked along a boardwalk to the end where we could see the waterfall. We saw a Hawk and lots of Turkey Vultures flying around on our way back to the car. We drove another hour on to San Simeon where we decided to stay ...
... People pass by, all throwing a wave or a smile in my direction, which sends my elation into the stratosphere.
People down here are just so pleasant, I think to myself, and how could they not be if they get to see this whenever they want.
"Trying to get some sun?"
I look up to see two guys making their way over to me, a dog padding slowly behind them., seemingly unimpressed with I imagine to be a plethora of new smells.
... while we adjusted to the car and the road rules. We stopped for lunch in Monterey, which had had good reviews from several people. It was a shame we didn't have time to stop longer.
The afternoon's driving was far more spectacular, through the Big Sur, which lived up to the hype. We stayed the night in Cambria, across from the ...