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... talked about, the Big Sur. This beautiful strip of road sits between the Santa Lucia Range and the Pacific Ocean and has a feel similar if not on a larger scale, to our famous Chapmans Peak. We stopped off at a great and popular view spot, that overlooks the spectacular Bixby Bridge and got some great snaps in. From here we stopped along the coast to see the famous elephant seals. This was great for the kids but extremely smelly for all. Next up would be Santa ...
Next stop Gizdich Ranch, renown amongst the locals for their homemade pies. We were amazed to see the queue when we arrived - in fact Pat and Charlie waited in the line for 45 minutes to get a Dutch Apple pie (some of which was enjoyed for dinner).
We settled in for the night watching a documentary on bears in Alaska. Very interesting.
... the sun for company it didn't seem to matter. Maybe we were getting into the laid back spirit of this surfing paradise. Certainly the crazy old dudes we met at lunch in the picnic area were that way inclined. As we sat and ate our sandwiches, they just rode their bikes around and around their RV with the Beatles' greatest hits blaring out from the vehicle. They must have done it for a good thirty minutes before one of them came over ...
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Old Fisherman's' Wharf is much like Navy Pier or Pier 39 in San Francisco, except that it appears to be more authentic. No chain store or "Bubba Gump's Shrimp", just restaurants, crepes, and old time tchotchke. Katie and I ate at Gilbert's, which we would rate as "just ok", but that was all right for us. I had the grilled fish sandwich, Katie the seafood skewers. It was the quiet time of the day, about ...
... br> And interesting National Park is Hyde Pier: with a lot of old boats and ships… so we had to check them out, saw the big barracuda sailor, the Hercules tug boat, a wheal tug boat… the Eureka and it was a lot of fun to walk along… and then also to go along the aquatic pier in the sun. We saw the large submarine and were amazed when we stood in front of the Jeremiah, built in only 60 ...