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... European architectural styles and inside is a museum with all of Hearst's private art collection. Our guide said that the castle cost $6 million to build back in the 20s and the art collection at the time was estimated at $3 million. Adjusting for inflation through to today makes for some pretty eye-watering figures! There were also two stunning swimming pools, and although one was empty due to the drought in California, it was easy ...
... Fusion - black) which is similar the Australian version of the Mondeo. Drove across treasure island (accidentally as I wasn't to good on the map) came back across the bridge Again and got on to the highway 101 then 280 onto highway 1 along the coast. Stopped at Santa Cruz for some lunch (and to use maccas wifi to book some accommodation for the night). Tried Taco Bell which wasn't that great. Drove on (brads ...
... was absent, a great pier, water teeming with fish and pelicans diving to catch them and most of all a beach with great breakers and lifeguards.
We had some food and a leisurely stroll down the pier with nature photography by Tom- some cracking photos/ video.
Then the swim of a lifetime. As ever Ruth and James in first and by the time Tom joined them James was bleeding from grazes (good shark decoy) and Ruth ...
... before heading to the desert and the canyons etc.
We stopped in Fresno to grab a few things and came across a rather large mall area. Actually large is an understatement - we had to use GPS here to find our way around it - incredible!!!!
Severin was like a kid at Christmas when he bought an Axe today - (future gift ideas to everyone for Sevi - ...
... amazing it makes the drive even more enjoyable. The next stop is Hearst Castle at the end of the day which we thought we could drive up to. Unfortunately it is at the top of a hill and is only accessible on an official tour which is really expensive so we don't do it.
We instead decide to watch the sunset over the sea. We pose for pictures with one another and the views are breathtaking. This has easily made the drive down the coast and a great way to end the day.