La Serena Inn
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... spirit. Maybe I just don’t know where home is yet. I hate change, yet the constant change on the road excites me. Challenges me. I like it. It’s like a giant puzzle that you are always figuring out. Where am I, where am I going, how do I manage?
It’s really not so dramatic. Last night we had steak and king crab legs with fresh snow peas. And good wine. We are in Santa Barbara County after all and the ...
... in American cars. We still had a long way to go before we reached Los Angeles but seeing the Pacific Ocean was a reminder that our American adventure was coming to an end.
We didn't really have a plan for San Francisco so we headed straight for the famous pier 39 so we could work things out for the day ahead. We really wanted to visit Alcatraz but unfortunately the tickets had sold out a few days ago. This was the first time my lack of organisation had ...
... available and we know why. The views are gorgeous and it is a reservation only campground. Reserve well ahead if you want to stay there!
We continued down Highway 1 and found San Simeon S.C. and we enjoyed being there.
So we parked along the Moonstone beach, and enjoyed the great beach front: not only was it very windy, so that we needed a jacket… but beside cliffs, crashing waves we saw some seals and sea lions. So the wind is also our companion when Paul starts to feed the gulls and during we made supper.
I was wondering why they call it the Moonstone… ...
... The Henry Miller Memorial Library was a small nice shop offering his books, but no viewing points were there. The McWay waterfalls were supposed to be really impressive, but at least at this time of the year, they proved to be quite small. A great stop was the Piedras Blancas Park where you can see the sea elephants lying on the beach in huge groups.
The last stop of the Pacific ...