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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a dozen gray whales in the water hundreds of feet below us. It's a first for Laurie (I saw one very briefly up the coast) and we watch them for quite a while. By the end of the day, whale sightings have become so common we start to ignore them. We probably saw over 100 during the day.
We see amazing houses on the cliffs looking out on the sea, amazing hotels that blend in with nature. Amazing tends to ...
All packed up and back in the car we head along the coastal road towards the Big Sur. This is a stretch of road on the way to our next stop which is along the edge of the land where it meets the ocean. Unfortunately it was really foggy so we didn't get to see it in all it's beauty but it was still remarkable. It was so high and windy. Murray was great driving as he has been and I got to take in the view. We stopped every now again to look down and along ...
... to the hotel and tonight our room is really nice, the hugest bed yet plus room inside for (muddy) bikes. Have a few beers & shower then go down the road to a Mexican restaurant, owners son tells us it's been there since the 60s & is famous for its food (we didn't think it was that great) he was really nice & was a cyclist and so told us the best route to take tomorrow. Back to watch movie 'this is 40' write blog & ...
... off the extra kelp from the prop. Sweet! We were good to go.
Once we left the channel and were back out on the ocean the wind was just right for a sail. Wahoo! We quickly unfurled the main and jib, turned off the engine and for an hour or so we had a wonderful ride. The wind, as it often does, died so it was back to the noisy motor to finish our day. As we motored around the headland we came across the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant. As ...
... full force winds we’ve had all week. Harlan took some movies from the top of the motorhome, then we walked through the cars. There were some years and models we’d never seen displayed. However, 1957 is always the most popular car on display. The most unique was an old milk truck complete with bottles of milk, eggs in cartons, and wax paper wrapped bread (that’s one I wasn’t familiar with).