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... and other art surrounding it. It was being renovated while we were there. The indoor pool is designed after a roman bath, once again stunning. One other interesting note, in it's day the castle housed one of the largest zoos in North America as Hearst was an animal lover. It was a great day at the castle.
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We got away from our hotel just before 9:30 after enjoying our complimentary continental breakfast (it said all the right things). Before leaving Santa Barbara we decided to check out the Santa Barbara mission about 5 minutes away. It was pretty impressive and a nice little piece of California's history. The kids were most excited when eagle-eyed Tilda spotted a chipmunk in the mission cemetery. They also had a souvenir penny machine there, which is pretty important to ...
... the cool sea breeze caught some of us out and the aftersun will be in full use as we headed back for early showers and/ naps. A big thanks to L for organising kids games Back along the beach for another meal. This time in Brads and all very tasty - clam chowder and BBQ meats and salads - more beach games or cocktails back at the Cool Cat - no "car crashes" only a mental cocktail with fresh chilli ordered by Cliff but not to be repeated Back along ...
I was invited to join the "D" Delta Group today to be a "pusher" and "sweep" up the back of the group. One of the leaders of Delta is my room mate, a retired marine named John Morlach.
Delta is comprised of many first time ride participants, soldiers who are new to cycling, and those who are significantly physically challenged that need assistance to complete the ride. Today's ...
... to San Simeon.
We had a night tour of Hearst Castle booked and because we had such a late start we decided to take the quicker inland Highway 101 to ensure we weren't late. Hearst Castle was magnificent at night and the models in period costumes wandering around the grounds or sitting in various rooms added to the experience enormously. Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable and the museum that is the Castle is amazing, ...