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... sea bass which was delicious. Peg said it was the best fish so far on our trip. During lunch we struck up a conversation with a couple at the next table and learned of a colony of elephant seals further up the coast; more on that later.
We also mentioned to our waitress Diane that we were from upstate NY. (We always clarify upstate and not the city as everyone assumes the city.) She asked where upstate? She then indicated she had been born in ...
... in his tower, then after a while turned back and headed up to the car again.
This time I jumped into the drivers seat and we set off again.
From here the roads were pretty easy as it was just freeway driving, but in a short time we started getting a bit of traffic as we hit the outskirts of Los Angeles.
It was really quite easy to navigate, but as we got closer and closer to the city, the traffic just got absolutely ridiculous and it was bumper to bumper a ...
... youngest there by a good 30 years!
The next day we visited the Hearst Castle. It is a massive house build by Randolph Hearst. It was amazing to walk around and see it all. We spent most of the morning doing a few tours around the home and gardens. On the way out of San Simeon, we stopped to see the elephant seals. I was amazed by a beach covered in the fattest seals ever, and Lach took pictures of squirrels. Go figure.
... if you park right outside the gate then the parking is for free – not difficult to see why everyone is everywhere parking alongside the road.
So we saw the first bridge built over a canyon and when you stand behind it is kind of cool to see through to the ocean. But we stopped here, so we can walk up to the waterfall, which was a kind of cute walk, considering that at ...
... in the same family since the 1880s. That probably fed my lazy mood. The beach there was great too.
Carmel by the Sea was nice too. I think you have to be good looking and drive an expensive car to live there though.
i ended up watching the sunset 15 miles north of San Simeon where I will bunk down for the night.