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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and spotted plenty of Otters and Sea Lions in the water. We headed back to San Jose later in the evening and then went for slice of pizza before coming back and playing the dance game on the Xbox. We can all agree non of us are up to Michael Jacksons standards. We didn't go to sleep until 3:15am in the morning which made myself and Jessie feel old as we can't remember the last time we stayed up that ...
... out so we grabbed our towels and set up camp for a while. The beach was gorgeous, pure white sand, beautiful blue, aqua coloured water, Pebble Beach Golf Course to your right and residential houses sitting on the coastal hill tops on the left, and just as we thought it couldn’t get any better, Dan spotted a pod of dolphins cruising around close the shore, jumping in and out of the waves and playing around. It was incredible. The sea life out here just keeps getting ...
... a waived fine! Next I wanted to find the house which they use in the exterior for Full House! We found it but couldn't stop as it was a busy street and there's no parking. The house was cute and a bit more done up since it's Full House Days! We then went to find the worlds most crooked street :) and we drove down it! Amazing view! We found a park (miracle!!) and decided to walk up and down...so many tiny steps!! But ...
... trek. The beach sat in a small protected bay with almost nobody else there. We spent the afternoon reading, swimming, and combing the receding tide for cool rocks and shells. Again we had a hard time pulling ourselves away from the setting sun to make our way back to camp. It needs to be mentioned that during our two days in Big Sur, we also drove the stretch of Highway 1 that amazed us the most. The Spanish overlooked this area when settling California and I didn't understand ...
Found an amazing restaurant called Rocky Point (10 miles south of Carmel) for lunch and took a reasonable walk.
Arrived to San Simeon and booked into our worst hotel ever. Completely soulless and no facilities. Cheered ourself up by going to the beach but too dangerous to swim so just paddled.
Went back up the road to see the Elephant Seals on the beach - crazy animals. They are so ...