Inn at the Pinnacles Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in a complete panic if it were me.
We get to the car hire without a problem, but there is a lengthy queue, even though we have booked. We later find out they are booked solid till the end of September, so we're very pleased we did book ahead. Also as a bonus, the car hire is really not that expensive because there is no relocation fee (we are dropping our car in Vegas, but because they need more cars there they waive the relocation cost), so out total car hire ($156 for ...
... of an ancient volcanic field, lots of good landscapes. It is also home to 400 species of bees, most in North America, but I was never bothered. One of the trails I hiked is now my personal favorite, the Balconies trail. You go up a nice canyon, squeeze sideways thru a couple of crevasses, scramble over boulders in several spots, enter a small talus cave ( flashlight ...
... for a little while and he told us his family was originally from the Flagstaff area. Nice guy, but no t-shirts.
Got some fuel for the jeep and headed out to the Pinnacals. Beautiful drive through narrow curvy roads. Whole area was REALLY dry and dead grass made it all look like a fire waiting to happen. We passed through some more wine country (think wine country is something we are going to find ALL through CA). Finally a turn off to ...
... Fortunately the little town of San Juan Bautista with its throwbacks to the 1700's is quite a unique town. The mission was WELL worth the time and we had a great few hours checking out all the sights. The mission was in amazing good shape as were the church items, the housing antiques, and the out-buildings. They still have mass in the mission church AND the chapel for smaller groups. Priests are ...
... town before heading back to where we had left the motorhome parked. Leaving Carmel by the Sea (isn’t that the neatest name for a town!!) we drove back to Marina where we made the obligatory stop at a Walmart and then I got my nails done…never lose sight of your priorities!
At that point we headed towards Castroville, CA (Artichoke Capital of the World) driving through a huge, very flat valley planted in (what ...