Seven Gables Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they were for a concert or special event. But no. Hearst Castle have closed their restrooms due to the California 1 in a 100 year drought. Only chemical toilets were available. That seemed strange but anyway. Even stranger they were branded as Honeyhuts. But that's enough toilet talk. Got into the entrance area of Hearst Castle and realised it was quite a grand-scale production. First you had to book a tour. The earliest we could get was 12:10. I told aEvan if we couldn't ...
... one funny moment; we walked by a group of people and suddenly there was this huge cloud of dust. I've said it was windy, and we realized we were walking *through* a scattering of ashes. Obviously a serious moment, but we just looked at each other and grinned...good info for the future, check the wind first!
We decided to take the interstate back to SF and it wasn't too bad, considering weekend traffic. A long but wonderful day!
... to admire the waves crashing against the rocks, the seals basking in untidy rows on the beaches, or the cormorants, pelicans or gulls crowding onto the rocks. Everywhere you looked you could see the shiny heads of seals bobbing up... and we passed the occasional clusters of sea lions on the beaches or around the base of the rocks. The noise they make are a dead give away! We didn't see Clint Eastwood, Paris HIlton, Bing Crosby, Tiger Woods or any of the other stars ...
... Gate bridge and up to Muir Woods. Today was the first day that there was heavy fog since we arrived and you could barely see 5 meters ahead as went across the bridge. We have been very lucky with beautiful weather on this whole trip, but especially here in San Francisco where this type of weather is so rare. We drove up to Muir Woods, which is an incredibly windy road, with hair pin bends, and today it was so foggy ...
The last two days have started with wonderful walks along the ocean.
Yesterday, we parked the car near the Inn at Spanish Bay and walked from there to the Asilomar Conference Center where the Standens had one of their family reunions in 1989. Great memories!
When we started the walk near Spanish Bay, it was 58 degrees, and I was glad that I had my fleece jacket and gloves and a cap. Little foggy and cool. Beautiful ...