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... the 17 mile drive (Pebble Beach) through toll gates into the Del Monte Forest with exclusive houses and golf courses. The forest has large Monterey Cypress trees and Patrice told us of a Eucalyptus Grove which is famous for Monarch Butterflies that completely cover the trees in ...
... the Murano glass tiles in Blue yellow and gold, surrounded by larger than life white marble statues.
We stopped at the Piedras Blancas Elephant seal rookery, on Highway 1 seven miles north of San Simeon. There must have been about 50 seals on the beach. Some were trying to show off with aggressive displays. Apparently they were mostly males - Typical !
California Route 1 drive was spectacular even though the fog kept rolling ...
... with breakfast is not quite so fulfilling. There was coffee, there was milk. There were containers full of the most revoltingly sweet looking multicoloured cereals, little pots with corn syrup, some things which might have been boiled eggs and a waffle maker. So it was a cup of 'coffee' and a waffle, and some raw oats with milk. Some might call that quality. I don't. It was not surprising therefore that by the time we got to Monterey, Jette was straining at the leash for ...
... New Zealand - it turns out that she had lived in Wellington NZ for about 3 months !!
You'd think that with a name such as "Carmel" that there would be sweets shop that specialised in Caramel .. but no - if there was, I couldn't find it but then again I wasn't really looking for a sweet shop !!
The time past quickly and we were back on the bus bound for San Francisco. On the drive back, ...
... 100 of them lying on the beach only 20-yards away from us.
We carried on driving south and stayed the night in a lovely-looking town called San Luis Obispo – on our way from the hotel we stumbled over yet another brew-pub, so stopped off for an ‘aperitif’ before an epic rack-of-ribs dinner – many thanks to our new friends Gary and Laurie for the recommendation! We would highly recommend this stop for anyone doing Highway 1.