Blue Dolphin Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they left not long after us and we managed to say hi and catch up. Rob talks to Stephanie about her break and then Kelly walks over and has an awesome chat to us for 15 mins. He is such a top bloke and of course our legend Steph too. We didn't ask for a selfie with them, to be honest it just did'n't seem right as much as we wanted to. We were so super pumped to just chat and get to know them a bit better.
... Sow's Ear, a really cute old worldly little restaurant, Amanda had grilled salmon with a glass of Zinfandel rose wine. I thought I'd better try chicken stew with dumplings and a beer. We were also given salad to start with (or chicken soup). The food was $17.50 each, and the portions smaller than the a la carte. I saw a bigger serving of the stew and it was a vat load, and I was stuffed full. We sat there like one of those old and bored married couples one sees, not saying ...
... was heaving! With no where to park we just drove along Scenic Drive which gave us a beautiful view of the beach. Back to the highway we had some miles to cover and time to make up.... We literally just spent all afternoon going down the coast... Which was incredible! The views out to sea and the landscapes we passed were out of this world... We couldn't not stop however along the way, either for some pictures to ensure memories last but also just to take in the surroundings. We ...
... Joan Crawford, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Errol Flynn, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, David Niven, Barbara Stanwyck, Louis B. Mayer, Churchill, GBS, Howard Hughes, Hedda Hopper, Charlie Chaplin, assorted Kennedys... you name them, they were there.
All my Hollywood faves were mentioned as having been guests. All the stars of those wonderful black and white Hollywood fillums that I used to watch from my horizontal position on the sofa all ...
... very little idea of what to do with it. when you consider that at the same time, Britain's richest man; Lord Nuffield, was living in a modest country home and setting up medical colleges and giving away Iron lungs and funding medical research… its kinda like our modern era - the rich have so much money and power but absolutely no idea what to do with it all. So… Hearst Castle - enough to turn me to socialism. i think that about says it all.