Carriage House Inn King City
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... and left the house at 10:50am. Let's go to SAN FRANCISCO!!!
It's soooo cool to be back on the road! We drove on the highway no. 1 along the coast! Really nice!!
Our first stop was at Hugh Hefner's mansion :-))
We wanted to stop somewhere in Malibu beach....uuhhmm...nope! not possible! Parking over here costs 40$!!!! Shoot...! Welcome to Malibu :-)) So we just stopped for a sec at Malibu ...
... photographers struggling to get it all in.
Only Orion sees this whole scene. His stars dimmed out by the moonlight, the strength of his arms depend more on their commanding symmetry.
You have to be tough to live out here.
Our waitress at dinner this evening said she lives three miles away as the crow flies but it takes her an hour to get to work at the restaurant where she does most everything necessary.
... at Splash Cafe is worth the wait. True-to-form, we have to wait (about half an hour), but there is a reason why people wait so long- the chowder is very good! We check out the Pismo Beach pier, then make our way onto Santa Barbara where we will stay for the night.
When we try to check in, we are told they can't accept our preloaded Mastercard but they will take cash. We used the same card all over Europe with no dramas, but now have ...
... of hitting a highway right away was a bit stressful. I got on the Great Hwy and it all looked great. It was two lanes and traffic was mild we were cruising at 35 miles an hour. That is until I hit route 35 that road soon turned into a 3 lane highway and before I knew it I was hitting 65-70. It felt great. I found the sensation exhilarating. I had a beautiful view and the bike did not make me feel like I was going really fast. She was smooth and powerful giving me as ...
... much on the road. The hills don't seem as steep as some we've experienced in France but then we aren't carrying as much stuff, but they certainly go on forever. Then TomTom played a cruel trick on us it said we had only 5 miles then 2 miles to go but then there was a road sign saying Gorda 7 miles, it was a bit chilly and we were really tired so those extra miles psychologically were a killer. It seems nothing recognises Gorda, even ...