Winemaker's Porch Bed & Breakfast
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... There was a Target in the same location so we dashed in - I wanted to buy a sun umbrella for use at the wedding. As it turns out, I bought both a sun umbrella and a straw hat, a kind of dressy one, to wear in the sun. They don't seem to know what clouds are up here - if there's no shade trees where you are, you have to provide your own shade.
On the way back to the hotel we noticed signs in the town advertising the annual Lavender Festival, ...
... with the drought it’s low water and we had to cross the creek several times… I wonder what you do, when there is more water. But we made it and ended up with a little scrambling at some nice 100 ft high waterfall cascading down the rock.
And before leaving we had to quick check out the ocean and the nice rocks.
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State ...
... of Movie Stars. Damm! No time to go see the hand prints or footprints in sidewalk either. Damm! No time to sight see and see where these people live either. Damm! And, most disappointing of all no time to stop n see my personal hero's who told Scott to pack up the truck and move to Beverly, hills that is, swimming pools, movie stars....Damm! Damm! Dammit! lol
10/3/13....took Scenic Route 1 most of the way there ...
... the plantation we had been enjoying the blossoming sunshine, then the temperature felt like it dropped a good ten degrees all within a mile. We went from a convertible with the roof down, soaking up every ray of sunshine, to passing everyone with the roof down, rugged up to our eyeballs with scarfs, our fabulous San Fran beanie headbands and sunglasses, boy we must have been quite the sight! But we didn’t care, we were consumed by the scenery and ...
... still roam the grounds but in the 1930s Hearst donated most of the animals to zoos around the country because of financial shortages.
Hearst Castle is located near the community of San Simeon, California approximately 250 miles (400 km) from both Los Angeles and San Francisco, The estate itself is five miles (eight kilometers) inland atop a hill of the Santa Lucia Range at an altitude of 1,600 feet (490 m). The region is sparsely populated because the Santa Lucia Range ...