Fog's End Bed & Breakfast
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... In the Sow's Ear, a really cute old worldly little restaurant, Amanda had grilled salmon with a glass of Zinfandel rose wine. I thought I'd better try chicken stew with dumplings and a beer. We were also given salad to start with (or chicken soup). The food was $17.50 each, and the portions smaller than the a la carte. I saw a bigger serving of the stew and it was a vat load, and I was stuffed full. We sat there like one of those old and bored married couples one sees, ...
... to was an extraordinary experience. It felt like a real priviledge, almost like eavesdropping on a different world.
The sky is full of birdlife too.. with the occasional flight of pelicans gliding past in formation.
Goodness we have seen some sights today.
Yep, I have to agree on this one. Totes awesome.
Our home for two nights is the Fogcatcher Inn in Cambria.
Checking in, I was offered complimentary cookies which ...
... week, we saw the huge crowds trying to get into the
highly recommended Monterey Aquarium and decided not to see it - our loss!
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... time sunny warm since arriving in California - it seems that now finally we left the fog up north and are now coming closer to our beach vacation. After Pizza and tacos out in the park, we continued the windy road, only stopping later at Piedra Blancas Elephant Seal Rookery. What onteresting looking animals these are! Hearst Castle btw we did not stop for - we will see the Italian churches in real back in Europe... Not long after we arrived at Little Sur Inn in ...
... clothing shop (Tienda) where Pauline renewed her wardrobe. As well as the busy and picturesque shopping area downtown, Santa Barbara has beach front lined with a park, and a harbour tucked into the corner. Definitely a place to come back to, a hotel near the harbour would have been nice but at $250 per night for motel style accommodation and valet parking for the restaurants, make sure you save up ...