Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... rocky out crops and hills. It reminded me of the movie Duel and I was expecting a truck to start chasing me at any point!
We pushed on playing as many games with the kids as possible and stopped after nearly 5 hours for a late lunch at a road side place called Hearst Diner. It was a real classic US road side place, full of character and characters. The food was good and cheap and everywhere there was James Dean memorabilia. He had died in a ...
... and I wanted to go on the original wooden roller-coaster that has been there for years but queues were ridiculous!
The next day the sun was out and it was a beautiful hot day so we packed up the beach gear and off we went. Dan wanted to visit a couple of famous surf locations first, called 'Steamer Lane' and 'The Hook', which were right next to each other and only a little drive down the road. They were both packed with surfers and spectators. We hung out for a while and ...
... car ride. The line was very long and we looked at it and said "We'll wait till tomorrow" so we hopped in a taxi and rode up and down the steep hills to Canterbury Resort. Doug had done enough walking for the day, so he relaxed watching the Ryder Cup and I set off to see Grace Cathedral and a couple of posh hotels on the top of Nob Hill. These were the steepest hills I had seen and it was a workout to make it to the top. Once there though, it was worth the climb and ...
... the entertainment for the evening was. A four piece band playing everything from the 60's to the 80's, absolutely brilliant and we danced,yes danced, till they finished at midnight. Who would have thought we still had the moves. Also met some lovely travelers as well so a good night all round.
Next day was Hearst Castle, the Casa Grande built by William Randolph Hearst on his ranch between 1925 and 1949. It now belongs to the national parks ...
We went to Pebble Beach for lunch and enjoyed our meal overlooking the 18th green. No, we didn’t golf this course - just in case you were wondering….green fees are $495, and that does include a cart! Haha! We ate at the Bench restaurant and then did some shopping in the pro shop.
Next on the agenda was to embark on the 17 mile drive. This scenic road is within the Pebble Beach area and has some great views along the ...
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