HI San Luis Obispo
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... 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, ...
... in the spa. Totally gorgeous experience.
We were all starving, so we headed out for dinner at the restaurant next door, The Sea Venture. This was quite simply the best food any of us had eaten for some time. Gary and I had steaks, Holly had chicken and Lucy had a caeser salad. The food, wine and service was excellent. We are now tucked up in bed watching Conan O'Brien on TV. Our road trip continues tomorrow to San Francisco.
... 8211; the best thing to come out of my camera battery dying. I miss our Roman escapades and hope we meet again to share more adventures together!
Ida, Caroline, and Fredrik – thank you for running around Athens with me and telling me so many stories about life in Norway. I hope you enjoyed the rest of your trip!
Ana & Chelsea – my adventure buddies in Santorini and witness to a lot of my firsts. Thanks for ...
We had a nice easy day lined up today as we only had to cycle 35 miles to San Luis Obispo on fairly flat road to get the bus to Santa Barbara. The reason being was we had been warned by numerous cyclists along the way that the stretch of road to Santa Barbara was not advisable to ride. No one would tell us why exactly but as so many were getting the bus, we thought it would be safer to not try ...