Cambria Landing Inn & Suites
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... clear bluish green lapping up to the white sands.
Lunch time we stopped at the Ragged Point Inn Restaurant. This was a rustic resort with trails to the beach and hiking. We did not try the beach access trail because it appeared quite treacherous. We stayed for a few tunes by the 70s rock cover band and headed back on the PCH for more seaside viewing. We stopped at to see elephant seals sunning themselves on the beach. The ...
... guest houses. The tour was very pricy, crowded, and short. However, the house and grounds are interesting. Later in the day we were walking along the boardwalk when we spotted a whale. Even though it is hard to see the photo, it is really there.
... or busts from Egypt all mixed in together. The castle is set in beautiful grounds, with citrus groves, roses and wonderfully aromatic orange blossom.
The views from the grounds over the surrounding ranch which covers thousands of acres rolling down to the sea was still slightly hazy, with no whales in sight.
Back down the hill, we went to the litlte village of San Simeon where there was a post box!!! We have been chasing one of those for days. There was also ...
... It was a nice little place right next to the ocean. We spotted lots of Elephant Seals and a Coyote along the way, which we were lucky enough to get a few photos of.. We stayed at the Silver Surf Hotel and got a room each couple which was only $44 USD each. The Hotel had a indoor pool and spa so we had one before we went out for dinner. We all had a nice dinner down the road and planned our trip to San Diego for ...
... got there. So i left Cambria and went back south to Harmony, population 18, so you probably wouldn't know of it unless you've driven the 1 North. There i was able to take photos and visit the galleries of local potters and glass blowers-super close to home if you know my dad. That was great because I felt connected to him through others' art if you know what i mean! Also in the town there was a tree that Monarch ...