High Ridge Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... crops alive. It looked like cabbage or lettuce; there were a lot of vineyards and some orange groves. We drove through a large valley with only a few tiny towns along the way. We stopped at Paso Robles, CA for the night. Our campsite was very nice and we were able to grill pork chops and eat outside. It was abound 75-80 degrees and felt good after SF. We decided to stay a couple more nights.
We drove over to the Hearst Castle ...
... Alison looked beautiful in her wedding dress and her husband Nathan looked quite dashing in his tuxedo. My cousin Susan, the mother of the bride, looked fabulous in her dress (light royal blue strapless satin gown with a sequined royal blue jacket - I have a weakness for sequins) and my other cousin Melanie looked wonderful, too. My Aunt Frances, looking very much like my mother, looked hale and hearty. Melanie's grandsons were the ring-bearers, and her ...
... t see anything so thought this may just be a strange local ritual. We followed all the traffic into Carmel and were very lucky and got a car park just off the min street. A man walked past our car and congratulated us on getting a car park so close to the main street. This was nice but seemed a little odd. We made our way to the main street and then heard loud sirens, this marked the start of the Concourse of Cars. Oh yes an entire car parade of cars ...
... giganteum). The short answer: Redwoods are taller, Sequioas are fatter!
By the time we had sorted out this important arboreal difference we had worked out that there are some spectacular motorcycle roads running along the Sierra Nevada. So, we planned our route south to Bakersfield through the rural back-roads avoiding anything resembling a large town. We climbed through a series of saddles on the mountain spurlines, then settled ...
... wanting to try the local and new we would continue so. The pool in the motel was delightful and refreshing. We came across two other groups of people travelling through the area, so it was a great night passing on stories and direction tips to each other. Most of them were LA locals so we scooped up as much handy info as we could! The next morning seen us heading off again with the roof down our sunnies on and down towards Santa Barbara. The tunes were happening and ...