BEST WESTERN PLUS South Coast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got all the luggage out for us and left it with mum while dad, Ryan and I fixed up the fare. Next minute mum is squealing and we look out to see Ryan's suitcase rolling away down the hill!! I quickly jumped out and ran after it. Luckily it didn't go too far anyway - it hit a bump and fell over onto its side. We played a prank on mym later when we got to the hotel, and told her one of the bottles of wine Maurice had given us had smashed and wine soaked through all ...
... and not into the passing traffic. Ange was neither impressed nor motivated by this thought process - had to try something though. A more successful motivational technique was whooping each of the last ten miles. Thankfully, the gusts ebbed a little for the final few miles to our El Capitan campsite - queue incessant singing of La Bamba in between mile whooping. It was that kind of a ride. As would be the pattern for the rest of the trip, ...
... big time, with the other thing too. On and on. I have barely ever felt so awful and after a few hours wondered if I would have to call a doctor. All a bit odd, as I only had the other half of the tuna sandwich, a banana and a beer for supper. We were due at Hearst Castle for tour number 2 to see the upstairs rooms, but we both realised that was not going to work, so Jette left me to expunge and drove over there to get ...
... After an hour we stopped near Santa Cruz for lunch, shortly after lunch we got held up in a traffic jam as there was a fire on the side of the road, it put us about 40 mins behind. Once we got onto the pacific highway the views were pretty good, driving on a windy cliff road right next to the ocean. The windy highway road seemed to go on forever, it was nice to look out over the ocean and all the scenery was great but after a while I just wanted to ...
... chances of spotting them... sure enough about 2km down the road we saw the herd of zebras!! Was pretty funny to see wild zebras living in California.....
Following Hearst Castle we drove up in to the mountains to a Danish village called Solvang, it was an extremely touristy village, but originated when a group of Danish people started their own community there. The town was full of Danish architecture, food and people - it was kind of like a pop-up storybook town! ...