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... ecstatic [I would also like to add that the building itself was very quaint and worth a look at. We didn't see the back of it but the front half of the restaurant was pretty amazing to sit in. What little we saw of Carmel was fantastic again. It's like you're in a completely different country there. Sadly I didn't even think of getting any photos while we were there :( ].
Further down the coast we met the Elephant Seals in all their ...
... with people out and about enjoying the city. The beach and pier were not as stunning as we expected and Avila Beach, where we first visited the Pacific Ocean on this trip was a much more relaxing place than Santa Barbara. So overall, good, but probably not that good to return to.
Solvang was a place recommended to us to visit as it is a small Danish town in the heart of California. For something so 'non American' it was a nice place to spend an hour or two enjoying nice ...
... of hours, ‘prommed’ on Santa Monica Pier before having a lovely rooftop lunch inthe poshest foodcourt we’ve ever been in. Unfortunately we had only paid for two hours parking so Christina didn’t have time to visit Tiffany’s or YSL! We really liked Santa Monica. Made our way along Highway 1 northbound passing through Malibu, didn’t stop here but nothing really to see from Highway 1 and ...
... airbnb host we'd be there between 6 and 7pm...so off we went - another winding drive along the coast (with more slowwwwww people in front of us...groan). It was a bit of a trick to find her apartment - the parking was kinda wonky - I ended up having to get out of the car and walk around - it is a complex of buildings and the covered parking is in the middle of what would be the courtyard, or middle of the complex...and the numbers didn't follow any ...
El Camino Real is the route that followed the Franciscan to found missions in California. There are 21 of these missions with a distance between them of a day on a horse or a mule. We were lucky to see three of them: San Francisco (Mission Dolores), Carmel (or Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo) and Santa Barbara. This morning, out ...