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Travel Blogs from Cambria
... down to the rocks and pacific breakers, sometimes more than a hundred feet below just to our right as we were heading south on the right lane of the road. There were mountains to our left, sometimes bare, sometimes scrub. We left Pebble Beach and north Carmel at 11.00 and the coast road regained sea level a hundred miles or so and about five hours later. The speed limit was 45/55mph, but slower on bends. Rarely was there any form of crash barrier. The road cut inland ...
... or worse than usual. We finished about 4 and drove to Fisherman's Wharf to see if we could locate the sea lions and check out the fishermen. The sun was shining and it was a great time to be out for a walk. This time we were successful in finding a whole raft full of sea lions. It seems the harbors put a raft out for them , sometimes close to shore and sometimes further out. This one was close and it was literally covered with sea lions. They were barking ...
The room was nice, not too crowded, and there were silver tureens with lids... looks promising!
Powdered egg has its uses, but making scrambled egg with it is not one of them, in my book.
You call those strange things sausages? What? No bacon??
Plain unsweetened porridge. English muffins! With real butter! Perfect. And a nice banana! Good coffee!
After that we drew a blank.
'Croissants' over here bear no ...
... at noon.
We drove back to Avila beach and put our canoe in and paddled right up to the sea lions…well, up to a safe distance of 15 feet or more that is. Dave brought his gopro out so we could be heroes, j/k, and snapped some pics and videos of those fussy little things. Then we canoed over to a secluded beach, but it was windy and chilly so we didn’t stay long at all.
We went to the ocean front shops in Avila and got ...
We spent the day walking around the Morro Bay area, which is a small town right on the coast. We rented a beautiful house that was right on the bay, with very nice views from the 2nd story living area.
A few of us joined Sue as she rented a ...
Other places to stay in Cambria
1979 Dreydon Avenue, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $109
2476 Main Street, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $154
- A must stay at the Olallieberry Inn
- Terrific place for quality R&R
- Overpriced; not too special.
4063 Burton Drive, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $125
6530 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | 2 star b&bfrom $208
1605 London Lane, Cambria | B&Bfrom $165
6360 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | B&Bfrom $120
6736 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $219
2990 Burton Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $155
- Best B&B between San Diego and San Francisco
- Wish everyone could have the experience!
- Please don't go there!