The Canyon Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... birthday cake all well deserving nicknames that high school kids would be proud of! Ahhh I nearly forgot, I went I see the hobbits.. Sorry WE went to see the hobbits!! What a brilliant place, for me, it was everything I had hoped for and much more. After asking bizillions of questions and taking even more pictures the tripod settled into the green dragon "hobbitons pub" for a pint and a steak pie in front of an open fire; that along with a lack of ...
We wanted to see as much of the coast as possible, so we decided to find a campground every couple of hours as we traveled north. Our next stop was San Simeon State Park, about 45 minutes north of San Luis Obispo. We were extra psyched about this stop because our close friend Olson was able to come Scamp with us for two nights. For probably the first time in our lives, Olson was early and we were late so he was waiting for us when we arrived at the park. ...
... told it they commonly swam here. We also saw some sea-lions in the bay so obviously there is a lot of wild life about. The weather continues to be fantastic and the beaches here were as good as Santa Monica.
While there were not great numbers at the beach, there were about 150 people but no one was swimming. We were told the water here is very cold which is hard to believe when the temperatures on land were about 32 degrees. Unfortunately we did not try it but ...
... recent drastic change! It was like floating through the woods! Pine trees lined both sides of the highway in their usual diagonal lines, the land was undulous, it gave the feeling that the highway was a little creek in the valley winding its way through the woods. It was rather a shock to suddenly feel this plantation just capture , as if you were one of the tiny fern trees on the undershrub. Rather invasive woods really! But the plantation only sucked up the highway ...
... Hearst was satisfied. As a consequence of Hearst's persistent design changes, the estate was never completed in his lifetime.
It is hard to describe this amazing place and the photos will not do it the justice it deserves. Hearst Castle now belongs to the state of California. The Hearst Corporation gave the castle to the state and it joined the National Register of Historic Places on June 22, 1972 becoming a United States National Historic Landmark on May 11, 1976.