On The Beach B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The town of Cayucos is awesome and this B&B is even better!
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Day two started off with breakfast in our Gorgeous room in Monterey. From there we drive about 3 hours down the meandering highway 1. The weather was beautiful and the sights were amazing. The next stop was Hearst Castle. The Hearst visitor center is at the base of the mountain right of highway 1. From there, you have to take a 4.5 mile bus ride up …
... We had a scrumptious smoked beef roll that was prepared my some Mexicans in the courtyard who didn't speak any English. Their lack of communication was made up by the meal!
We followed the Santa Ynez Valley inland for a couple of hours stopping at a hydro dam. Most of the hotels we have stayed at in California had signage about the drought and the necessity to save water. Looking at the dry dam, it was very obvious why. The water level of the reservoir that ...
... field right below. It could also be a large stump as they’re random too. So as I reeled it in I felt the bait stop swimming and as ole Pratt taught me, set the hook just in case. So I did and immediately felt one pull back. I had just had the thought go through my mind that of all places this would be a good place to hook big momma because I had a sandy bank to pull her up to and grab her. I immediately saw the line coming up in the water column and knew she ...
... were a refreshing change for us and the kids had a lot of time to play with other children their age. We had fun meeting new and interesting people. They were always willing to jump in with both feet and establish relationships with total strangers. Those fun stretches were guaranteed to be interrupted by mind-numbing, interminable waits in airports and torturous sleeping conditions at times. There were moments when I would have ratted on my grandmother just to spend a ...
... 60 bedrooms, even more bathrooms, the worlds largest private zoo, an own airport and something mostly known and advertised as 'the worlds most photographed pool' - Neptune Pool. Only took about 30 years to build, by the time Hearst's little something on the "Enchanted Hill" was finished he was not even living there anymore.
Hearst Caste turns out to be a bad choice: Not only did I not think the pricy entrance fee was ...