Chateau du Sureau
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... god 2 hours to appreciate. Sit and enjoy nature, nothing better to do
27th MAY - HIGHWAY 1 (SOUTH) - Monterey to Pismo Beach
Hwy 1 is the longest way to reach LA from SFO, but a drive in a lifetime here is must.
Our journey ...
For the next leg of our U.S. adventure we were going all National Lampoons Vacation and getting an RV for the week to drive from Las Vegas to San Fransisco, stopping in Death Valley, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks. Despite a smooth camper pick-up (that would later return to haunt us with dollar $igns in its eyes) the morning provided us with a couple of hiccups. First up, our cab driver, who didn't know where he was going, called the controller for directions, then proceeded to ...
... Each walk was so different and the weather for the first 4 days was beautifully idyllic. Each evening we spent sitting in a lovely outside jacuzzi and barbecuing it was so lovely to eat home cooked food as eating out in America is so unhealthy it is all burger and pizza bars. Our final day in the park the snow descended with a vengeance which was lovely to see but totally impractical as it meant we couldn't go as far in to the park ...
... we decided to head on the shuttle bus, were I got off at the visitors centre as I was in desperate need of coffee to wake me up. As I finished my coffee and was starting to walk down I met up with Bettina and Sofia and we decided to take a visit to the hotel which famous guests include the queen and JFK. Absolutely beautiful hotel but us three stuck out like sore thumbs ha ha. Bit of sunbathing in the grounds ...
... And there was even more to come with a moonlit bike ride through the valley. A magical experience with an almost full moon following us around through the trees, the rock cliff faces lit up and the stars bright over us. Our guide took us to an ancient human settlement- a 4,000-8,000 'kitchen' and a cave shelter with a bear carved into the ceiling. We didn't want it to ...