The Darling House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The return journey was via San Simeon and and Moonstone Beach (very windy and rocky)then ready to relax. There is another music group playing tonight so we hope they will be as good.
Update - they were good musicians but played no songs we knew so we did not stay till stumps this time.
Next morning we headed further north, through the wine and olive area of Paso Robles, also stopping at the Estrella War Birds museum ...
... the 17 mile drive. I payed for my ticket in and not even 5 minutes after, the fog fell and it closed in fast. I immediately regretted my decision but tried to make the most of it anyway. I also thought the drive led me to Monterrey but it's just a big circle. Whoops, should've looked at the map closer. After getting done with the drive and seeing every last bit of it that i could before complete darkness, I exited and found a parking lot to rest ...
Today was an amazing day. I learned so much: you can do a wine tasting in 15 minutes; security men in sunglasses are creepy, whales are enormous, and four year-olds are a constant source of joy.
My main destination today was Santa Cruz, where I connected with some great friends from, ahem, a few years ago and had a wonderful time. But more of that in a sec. I had hoped to pass through San Francisco on ...
... go when focusing on the genuine. I have been lucky enough to spend summer months with my chosen family. Filled with their energy, I walk away as a lighter, stronger, more fulfilled being.
These summer months brought the celebration of two most special friends committing to each other in the presence of their loved ones. Portland traditions of floating in glacier melt rivers munching on New Season snacks, hiking through Mt. Hood trails sitting on top of the world, bbqs ...
Up early and forego an early brekky for the promise of a blockbuster at Ragged Point. Due to "Kodak" stops on the coastal route back, especially at Big Sur, we just missed breakfast and settled for a cracking lunch after a picturesque wander through the garden trail. Plenty of holiday activities available, walks and cycle paths took our eye, and camps and camper vans were plentiful. Fed and watered we made it back to SC after a leisurely and scenic drive. Everyone pleased to see their ...