Villa Nel Mondo Bed & Breakfast
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... with a library donated by Andrew Carnegie on one side of the square, and shops and businesses on the other three sides. The square is criss-crossed with two bisecting paths, is nicely grassed between the paths, and filled with really old trees: apparently one of the oak trees is over 350 years old.
The Lavender Festival was like a bazaar of crafts people and just about everything on offer was really beautiful and reasonably priced. There were ...
... who ever lived here.
So who is Julia Pfeiffer Burns?
Julia Pfeiffer was an infant when her parents moved to the Sycamore Canyon in 1869 – she spent her whole life in the Big Sur area. Helen Hooper Brown became an orphan at 15 and inherited 10 Million, she married a former congressman and they bought land at the Saddle Rock and built a house overlooking the ...
... gum walls have grown thicker over the years and now budge about six inches from the brick. Some imaginative folks create art with their deposits. Some girls were too squeamish to enter the alley for sanitary reasons.
On our way to Hearst Castle we had breakfast at the Madonna Inn and viewed the chain of seven stone mountains jutting up through the plain from SLO to Morro Bay. This ...
... 45 mins to an hour and then we were on the coast! And my gosh was that a sight to see! Oh and to be even more dramatic, we had bitter sweet symphony blaring out the car stereo! Oh so beautiful! On the coastal road, we drove south with the fields on our right and the ocean on our left, there were some cliffs, but most of that part of the highway was further south, unfortunately where we had taken the inland highway! ( a slight regret on that decision, but at the ...
... in 1919. Hearst Castle was developed atop a steep hill whose ascent was a dirt path accessible only by foot or on horseback.
Invitations to Hearst Castle were highly coveted during its heyday in the 1920s and '30s. The Hollywood and political elite often visited, usually flying onto the estate's airfield or taking a private Hearst-owned train-car from Los Angeles. Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant, the Marx Brothers, Charles Lindbergh, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, James Stewart, ...