Sea View Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... where we stayed. A perpetual foggy mist clung to the RV park like barnacles. On the other side of the hills (a ten minute drive) the city was sunshine and blue skies, akin to being in two cities at once.
Even as we threaded our way South, keeping the Pacific Ocean to our right, the fog was being sucked in and blown out of the jagged coast line by hot and cold inland winds, grey pea soup on the inhale and sunshine on the exhale.
It was normal ...
... area, right on the coast with greenery everywhere, massive houses and about 5 golf courses, the only thing better would have been a football pitch. But it was amazing, and it also had Pebble beach Golf Course there. We stopped there, and looked around the shops, and the posh hotel! We then made our way over to the 18th green, on the traditional hole over the Pacific Ocean! I loved the place, and topped off the 17 mile ...
... and the players that won, etc., etc. The employees here were all so friendly - many of them wore tam-o-shanters and looked the part of the golfing world! We stopped at a few stores before leaving. Kelly got a 1919 (the year Pebble Beach opened) Indian head nickel ball marker in an antique shop - I swear the guy working there looked exactly like William Hurt, but maybe I am too close to Hollywood and I have stars in my eyes.
... basically everything! Muscle Beach we expected big body builders and it was just full of old saggy muscles in little pants and the place just wasn't what I thought! I was so sure there must have been more to Venice than the boardwalk area and I was correct, apparently home to the coolest block in the world! I read about it in a magazine, we missed that though! Ok now go back and read the paragraph about my burger again.... Yum yum yum! West Hollywood baby! ...
... Our goal was to make it to Big Sur and we even made it past, but the last part of the afternoon we spent immersed in fog. The road was windy and all bridges looked the same. We could hear the ocean down the cliffs, the screaming of the sealions, but we did not see anything. Quite spooky. After googling pictures of the coastline we were quite gutted, but so be it. Another reason to come ...