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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... The property was designed by architect Julia Morgan with much input from WRH himself. Our tour was excellent.....everything was as it was when WRH handed it over to the state in the 1950s. The kitchen was huge and had also the state of the art appliances at the time, including two beer pumps in the middle of the kitchen. After the tour we got to explore the grounds ourselves. The Neptune pool was empty for repair as it was leaking thousands ...
... Spanish Colonial store fronts. It was pretty cool to see a McDonald’s, a CVS, a Gap, … with that kind of décor. Most of the buildings near downtown including homes have red tile roofs and are restricted to three stories. For our second trip into town, I downloaded Zillow so we could check the prices of the California real estate. Even small, ****** looking apartments were $800,000 and up and they were several miles from the beach. We ...
Today we left behind Cambria to head up Highway 1 to Carmel. It was about a 2.5hr journey (without stops) but wow.. What an incredible road! It follows the coastline and is all sharp bends and steep drops. The views are unbelievable, seriously looks like it's off a postcard. One of the stops along the way was to see the elephant seals on the beach, we parked up and stood watching the handful of seals laying on the beach.. Before walking a ...
... told by the Doggy Gazette lady that it was a Poofle competition. Later we headed inland to Salinas where mission was accomplished & we got new helmets for Frank & Mel. Our accommodation was a Nast Motel 6 but it had a laundrette so we did our washing & headed into town for Ribs & Brisket at a Famous Daves Resturant, not really so famous after the meal. But we were now all set for the adventure to start ...
... camped there.
Got back to the car and had ourselves a breakfast of cheese, fruit, and crackers while watching all
the people arriving to go hiking. There was one of the many bikers we saw along the Highway 1 having a bite to eat before going on a hike. Seems to be an awful grueling bike ride but guess if you like that sort of thing.............