Courtyard by Marriott Salinas Monterey
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We left Morro Bay this morning and traveled north. There is one snapshot of our host and one of his golden retrievers. We saw so many beautiful scenes on the Pacific Highway. The first stop was Hearst Castle. That was an incredible experience. We saw bunches of Sea Lions at one stop, they were either lethargic or fighting for mates. We saw a …
... California traffic for about 30 minutes until we clear the city and wind up in more sane driving areas. Out on route 1 running down the coast, the weather has turned a bit foul. While no rain, a cold front has come in. Temperatures have dropped into the lower to mid 50's and the wind is blowing 25-35 mph constantly with gusts to over 50 mph. Let's just say when we stopped along the way to take photos, we were quick about it. We did a ...
... food/restaurants, for those of you who like that sort of thing (food porn)
Jefferson City, Missouri is a nice Midwestern city that happens to be the state capital. As such, most of the restaurants are either (a) near the capitol building with a focus on lunch, or ...
... 8217;t worry. I have a credit card, and I’ll pay for your meals.” He takes the tab out of my hand, and disappears.
Where did he go? I wonder. I can’t believe what just happened. What a saint he is! I want to kiss him, and get his number! I’m thrilled about his generosity, but upset at my visitors.
Later that evening, as I’m trying to sleep, ...
... the Sea Lions at Piedras Blancas and Hearst Castle, both of which are close to San Simeon.
Let's start with Hearst Castle. It's set high up on a hill and the only way to it is via a tram from the visitor's centre. There tour leaded fares can be purchased, which will then provide you will access to the Castle afterwards. There are quite a few tours, all scheduled. Depending on the season, I suspect that it would ...