On The Beach B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOn The Beach B&B Cayucos
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 …
... and road! Managed to get some sunset photos in ..but just. Along the road a deer came down a steep hill...stopped on the road in front of us ...then scampered up the hill again, did not get the shot ..too slow! Camera that is! At one point we were close to the ocean...one car in front of us copped a huge wave ...dumped right on their car. I didn't have the camera at the time..would have made a great photo. As we travelled further to Point Piedras Bianca's,Cambria. We ...
... have lunch together. There were no picnic/rest areas to stop at so we found a spot just to the side of the road that had some grass with a great view and sat there to eat our lunches and catch up. Suz found it was so great to catch up with Mike whom she'd worked with at TV3 News all those years ago. See attached pics of the catch up on the side of the road. From there we headed for our overnight stop at Cayucos Beach. We had intended to stop off at Hearst Castle on the way but the time ...
... to spray up into the air. It seems the further south you go the higher the road rises, it looked like at least a thousand feet down to the sea and the roads or full of twists and turns, not many straight bits. We saw a road sign that showed the bendy road sign and said for the next 63 miles! We crossed the famous Bixby Creek Bridge and but we didn't see the sign until we were almost on it so I made Keith turn around and go back so I ...
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