Days Inn San Simeon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be turned away... True to his word we got on the boat... Yey within the fist hour we saw hundreds of Long-Nosed Common Dolphins that followed and surfed along with the boat diving in and out all around us... Then we saw at least 40+ Grey Whales diving up and down in groups of around 3-7... The sea was alive today and it got better ... As suddenly a pod of Roso Dolphins were heading straight towards us (not a common sight) there was even a few babies in this pod and the ...
... quesadilla and I had the combo,a chicken enchilada and a beef taco,enchilada wasn't great but taco awesome and chorizo quesadilla a some but a bit sickly,salty but yum,very impressed I had a glas of wine and Marto had 2 beers and it cost $70 inc tax,not bad at ll. so keen or bed so lights out at 9. Another successful day and amazing sights . Lovin life,having the best time. ($145 ...
... the antiques and art works. I won't say too much about the history, as I've done that on my previous USA blog; but it is testament to the place that I returned for a third tour!
After the Castle we had a late dinner at the restaurant adjacent to our hotel - complete with discount - and chatted a bit before hitting the sack.
In the morning we got up, packed up and hit the road North along the coast for about 5 miles, ...
... beach and weather reminds of a couple of beach visits I have had in NZ, black sand, cold and miserable. We press on to our day tour of Hearst Castle just up the road. We have John and Denise to thank for this suggestion as we both came in not knowing fully what to expect but we now both agree, it was well worth the stop. The extravagance and art were mind blowing. Google Hearst Castle to get an idea. The story behind it ...
... where you’re prepped with a short video followed by a narrated bus ride to the top of a big hill full of switch-back curves. As you near the top, the roadway becomes more densely lined with orchards and progressively larger trees. The summit is a man-made forest and 127 acres of gardens – it’s an astounding oasis.
The Hearst Castle is a 60,645 sq ft Spanish-style home built for newspaper magnate William ...