Days Inn San Simeon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it La Cuesta Encantada (The Enchanted Hill). Our guided tour lasted about 40 minutes, and while we were a little disappointed with our limited view of the castle rooms (we were on the Grand Rooms tour and we got to see a living room, dining room, pool table room, and a movie theatre), the castle was impressive. I have included a picture of one of the three "cottages" on the property. Bay Lakers, we should all have places like these! We also loved the fact ...
... br> The magnificent building is high above the Pacific on a site Mr. William Randolph Hearst once called the Enchanted Hill" .
His father George had a hunch about the riches to be found in the hills, and he found a huge amount of silver ore, the sale bought the many acres in San Simeon.
They ran horses and herds of cattle and spent many happy hours there.
The ranch ...
... Carmel and the Navman got us lost and took us through a big forest, Daddy got us back on the right way again. I just snoozed in the back seat all the way to San Francisco, probably just as well because it was a very long drive.
Daddy drove us right through the busy streets of San Francisco to our little house for the next four days. We arrived just after 3pm. Our house was near a place called Little Italy and Chinatown, Mummy said ...
... soaking in the hot mineral pools and camping under the stars. 3 days with no driving just soaking and appreciating our good fortune to be in such a glorious place with each other. Every relationship needs quality time like this to stay fresh and alive. I highly recommend it for the weary. It's nice to just "be" with no agenda or pressure to "do" anything. It has changed my thinking to only focus on whatever is in front of me ...
... didn't buy it, he did. Honestly the place is literally packed to the rafters with treasures any museum would kill to have in its collection, to the point where they say it is literally priceless since there is so much, and so many unique pieces.
And of course this is all without the glamour of the guests he had stay over the years - from Cary Grant to Clark Cable, Errol Flynn, the Marx Bros, Mary Pickford, WInston Churchill, Greta Garbo, ...