Beach House Inn and Suites
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... an ok place to stay. On the way back to the car I finally got some photos of Deer which were chewing some grass nearby.
Pismo beach looked quite nice so found a hotel on Hotels combined which was rated quite high by travellers, $124 per night including breakfast and WI-Fi and a pool. Booked it then checked out shops and visitor info office.
Pismo Beach was bigger than I expected and had outlet shops. We ...
... The wonderful beaches at Santa Monica and Malibu in the sunshine, compared to the blizzards in Melbourne, are a lovely site. Hard to get to the sand in Malibu due to the beachfront properties right on the water. The road is bordered by the Pacific Ocean one side, and the rugged Santa Monica mountains on the other. A short drive up to Ventura Beach on the Ventura Highway (cue America on the play list) with a drive around the port and pier and we then arrived late ...
... ling day had.
Sunday - picked up hire car and drove off towards San Francisco. Taking the scenic route - hwy 1. Again very foggy at first then the sun came out a bit. Some very nice coastal scenery. Staying over nigh at Pismno Beach. Bye for now. ...
... at all the sandwiches. I even got a piece of apple pie to go as my evening snack! Back to the room, about 7pm by now, so we asked at the desk about any shopping nearby. We walked about 10 min to a Target store and picked up a few toiletries we were running low on and then back to the room. Then just sitting and watching TV and letting alllllll that food digest. Also managed to do a little bit of laundry.
... Construction began in 1919 and continued until 1947. It is said that he spent $1 million a year building the castle. He would purchase whole buildings in Europe, have them dismantled, shipped to San Simeon and incorportate them into his home. Hearst was an inveterate tinkerer, and would tear down structures and rebuild them at a whim. For example, the Neptune Pool was rebuilt three times before Hearst was satisfied. As a consequence of ...