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... knew their stuff about the beers which was cool, and we had some good conversations with them about their wares and our trip.
Our last day of driving was a pleasant one. It was slightly rushed because we just want to get to Anaheim to see our friends now. But we still managed to make a few stops to see some interesting sights. There's a huge castle, which is unusual for America, called Hearst Castle. It was ...
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 ...
... and not handed in. Onto beach briefly which is really good with miles of very fine sand. Then take bikes from hotel and little ride around. Back to room and enjoy the hot tub on our balcony before going for meal at hotel. Great views over coastline and food is good ( and actually included greens!!). Girls discover new drink being a Shirley temple. Definitely cooler than Orlando but still ...
... The one picture we have is of all the seals laying about the docks and all the people above them looking down at them. It just seemed comical like the seals were looking up n saying "look at all those people up there on that deck. They come here every day and pack that deck, guess they are trying to get some sun or something, look funny don' t they?"
10/16/13....Took the bikes into Monterey to ride on the bikes ...
... because there was no a/c), was a startling 107 degrees. Rich farmlands contrasted with the otherwise dry climate and field after field of dry, golden grass. As we traveled, clouds started to gather and by the time we reached the coast it had cooled down a startling 40 degrees, back to the 60's.
We checked in to our hotel in San Simeon about 8:00 pm, early for us and in time to take a quick walk to the beach just behind our hotel ...