Pacific Blue Inn
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... and many, many rooms to see, as well as the guest quarters. Most weekends between 20 and 50 fifty guests were invited to the castle to party and explore the huge acreage attached. Not a lot of mention was made of Mrs Hearst, but judging by the number of female starlets that enjoyed these weekends I reckon Willie was not short of choice for a partner! We spent about 90 mins looking about, with the indoor pool being probably the pick of the place, and then we got the ...
... after vineyard on both sides of the road, with wine tasting cellars in them all.
Great journey up Highway 1 through the Big Sur area – spectacular views. Snapped a few shots of elephant seals and a few distant ones of Californian Sea Otters lying in the kelp fields. Early start tomorrow for whale watching – 7am at the wharf so no breakfast unless I can find somewhere open as I walk ...
... to do after the sun came back out.
We were super lucky, since they predicted rain for nearly the whole time we had all days – except when arriving: rain at night and dry and sun during the day – what more do you want.
Larkspur Ferry to SF
When checking, I thought we left 10.40 towards the ferry, when I asked Paul after leaving the RV Park he said ...
... monarchs preference for milk weed, thus making them vulnerable to environmental change and destruction.
We stayed with Cherie, who has been through a lot of the same things as raina and savannah and she told them "I hope some day you guys get over this excitement and danger aspect of your lives and just settle down this aint the 60s anymore."
... of room. Brad was amazing driving out of SF and along Highway 101...stayed on the right side all the way! Speed limits don't seem to matter to locals as they zoomed past us all the way. Thank goodness for the GPS, an essential and worth the $40 fee, not sure where we'd be now without it or without the ear phone connections in the back for both boys...kept them chilled listening to music.
We pulled up to the Monterey Plaza ...