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... just a drizzle. Had wondered if there would be time to explore the town at all in the afternoon but really a bit late arriving (& weather not great) so just explored the hotel. Staying at the Appletree Inn - this place is just gorgeous - a realy quaint cottegey charm. Blossom decorates the entry, inside the wallpaper is all leafy and floral, the furniture is painted, lovely art on the walls, free drinks in the lobby, my ...
Today we visited Hearst castle - which was supposed to be a morning only stop which didnt turn out quite according to plan. Hearst castle is a beautiful place right on the top of the mountains overlooking the sea. We had booked to go on the Upstairs room tour and when we had finished that Sofia was a little grumpy and hungry. We couldn't find her bottle and I got the blame for forgetting it. Julie insisted on ...
... the wave at just the right time. Gramps braved the water and went swimming while the girls played in the sand. The actual beach wasn't the best we had seen and had lots of dried up seaweed and irritating bugs flying around that at least weren't biting! Gran and Gramps headed out for lunch while we stayed at the beach a little longer.
We met up with them later at the campsite, had another swim ...
... of the country’s best, so were not very hopeful to get a spot. By the time we arrived, it was already noon and the sign said “full”. Being a Russian, I told Michael to just try it, never know. We started down a long, narrow, unpaved curvy road with a couple of stream crossings for good measure (the minivan may need to be retired after our trip). Geula kept on thinking how unhappy everyone will be with her if we ...
... she net online and hoping to travel for a full year! Good luck to her lol We picked up the hire car from dollar and found it quiet interesting experience. You get told to go to a section (for us it was section E) and get a car. Off we wander and wait for a bit to see if someone would come to show us which is our car, but after a while we ask. Apparently we just get to chose which one we want!!! Awesome! So instead of a tiny car ...