Beach House Inn and Suites
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Travel Blogs from Pismo Beach
... sea level, but most of this section is from a few hundred to several hundred feet above the water. Some times the land slopes to the sea, other times it is just a cliff drop. But everywhere the views are spectacular!
About midway through today's journey, the road turned inland for Big Sur. I guess we weren't sure what to expect of Big Sur, but most of the things to see were back in the woods , off the highway. ...
... would be a booming little town.
We checked out and made our way to Monterey and Pebble Beach Golf Course. Gav had recently found out that there is to be a tournament starting Thursday so there is a likelihood of some actual known players there practising for it. We drove along 17 Mile Road to the course. This drive was an eye opener in itself. The beach views were fantastic and the houses along this road were ...
... our dinner we take a stroll down the pier and Jess spots a seal in the harbour, we are all very excited about seeing it, but as we get down the pier more, we see another and another and then hear some barking and on a landing stage under the pier that you can walk down too, come across a whole gang of them, they are very smelly and bark a lot but are all amazing to see close up. At the end of the pier there is ...
... easily, but here the surface was much softer and was showing the wear of large cars driving up and down it all day. The car slid around and I could feel the wheels spinning underneath us. It was a harrowing experience. We finiannly reached what was supposedly the campsite, it more resembled a scene from Max Max. Sand dunes reached as far as the eye could see if you looked back inland. There were a handful ...
This morning we had a late start as we slept in for a change. We drove into Ventura for a spot of shopping and to look around.
Mercina had a very successful shopping day and Mike and I bought socks.
It was a very hot day in Ventura. We ate lunch at a typical 1950's diner complete with little jukeboxes at the tables and signs saying "Please do not dance on the tables".
After lunch we carried on to Santa Barbara. This is obviously a ...