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... me to return after our LA visit. She is certainly a glutton for punishment, putting up with two old deaf guys. The drive to LA is an easy one, with great views of the Pacific Ocean. Yet, prior to heading to LAXI was lucky enough to have a beautiful lunch in Pacific Palisades with my Aunt Yvonne, and her grandaughter Bonnie. The three of us headed to Aunt Yvonne's home to catch up; to eat dinner and await the LAX Arrival of Ann and Sheri.
... No, it’s a seal!”, etc amongst the onlookers. Given the distance it was difficult to follow them too far. There must be a lot of feeding for the dolphins around this coast.
Approaching the Hearst Castle turnoff we stopped at the Seal Rookery at a place called Piedras Blancas (white stone?). There were hundreds of elephant seals on the beach doing nothing. At least these were easier to identify. But then we saw the squirrels and ...
... Even though the sky was grey it's an impressive sight. Our first guide took us to some of the upper rooms, all lavishly furnished but quite cosy. With a penchant for all things medieval there were quite a few icons and religious pictures even though Hearst was not a devout man. We saw several guests rooms, plus his own, quite modest bedroom. We waited outside for our second tour of the grand rooms, led by an amusing guide called Bev. The ...
... attraction here.
A little farther north is San Simeon which is not associated with William Randolph Hearst's San Simeon. Nothing of interest in this town unless one seeks lodging close to Hearst Castle.
William Randolph Hearst built his home which he named "La Questa Encantada" (The Enchanted Hill) because he got too old to camp at his favorite hillside location. Over the years his ranch grew to 250,000 acres including 13 miles ...
Flight arrived on time here in Los Angeles. Got through immigration fairly quickly although had to make up the name of a hotel in order to complete their records. Organised a hire car from budget, a Hyundai Sante Fe jeep sports, very comfortable. We left the airport and found our way on to highway 145, traffic was dreadful. We saw Beverly Hills in the distance. Took the turn off for Ventura onto highway 101.
We had planned to stop at ...
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