Cambria Landing Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... managed to find quite a few. None were very close to shore, unfortunately.
Our first real stop was at Point Lobos State Park. We walked on multiple trails and found 11 otters. We spent most of the morning here and had a picnic lunch. Well worth the visit.
We also stopped at the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to see the McWay waterfall which falls on to the beach. The cove there is beautiful! There are a few trails to ...
... the house and grounds come alive. By this, I mean all the lights come on, yes this castle built in 1919 had electric lights indoors and out, not to mention full bathrooms with showers, flushing toilets, etc. The Hearst Castle was the ranch home for Mr Hearst. It is located on 250,000 acres with 14 miles of coastline. It has 56 bedrooms, 61 bathrooms, 19 sitting rooms, a huge modern kitchen, a lighted tennis court, 2 pools both inside and out, an indoor theater, and billiard ...
... available and we know why. The views are gorgeous and it is a reservation only campground. Reserve well ahead if you want to stay there!
We continued down Highway 1 and found San Simeon S.C. and we enjoyed being there.
... very cosmopolitan, the area is called North Beach that' s funny, that's the same name as where I live in Wollongong, but there's no beach here!
I woke up after my very long sleep in the car, all better, with lots if energy and ready to go for a walk to Little Italy.
Our little house had everything we needed even a kettle and a microwave for my meals and a cable car stop just down the road, I liked San Francisco
... we met Jena Malone's father, a super guy that made us fantastic cafés au lait and shared some conversation with us. We also took some awesome cliff pictures here, and made a note to visit here again in the future. We drove even farther north, into the Big Sur area of CA. This wooded, beautiful area is peaceful and calm, so we decided to stay here for the night. It was Saturday night, and we figured it might be expensive. ...