Montana De Oro State Park
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... rooms that we visited but by this time we were wined out again. We just walked around town and enjoyed the shops. We then re-visited the Elephant Seal Vista which was about 35 miles away and watched the sun set on the pacific.
Cerro San Luis
Maureen and I decided we would spend the rest of our time in San Luis hiking. Today was spent ...
... on top of a hill that overlooked the surf. I could see how people would want their dream house to be on a beach. Something about the sound of the waves and the slight salt taste in your mouth is quite a relaxing experience. Watching the surfers come up the hill there was always a common theme amongst them, they didn't want to leave. As each would get to the last lookout of the surf they would all stop, turn back, and just ...
Our stop in San Simeon had all been about visiting Hearst Castle. Our first tour was at 1000 and really glad we had booked ahead as unless you are on a tour you cannot get within a couple of miles (all uphill) to the house on the hill. Would have been so upset so thanks to the Deanses for that top tip.
The history of Hearst Castle is that a newspaper mogul, spendthrift and shopaholic bloke decided to build a small ...
... exploring the cute grounds we went inside and I sampled their wines. It was $10 which included however many samples and a glass to keep. Very tasty wine; I ended up buying six bottles.
Finally we made our way back to the beach, only to realize that the beach we (or I) thought was Avila beach was actually Pismo Beach; not a big deal except that we were trying to buy some fresh seafood for dinner and we had read about a pier that sells it which we mistakenly thought ...
... half-expecting to feel something grab my ankle and drag me into the ocean depths. A large boulder blocks my path along the beach, and upon closer inspection, appears to have broken off from the towering cliffs above, further solidifying that my beach guardians were right about my chosen spot. As I continue down the bay, I make sure to give a wide enough berth as to escape any other over-enthusiastic rocks intending to take the quick way down to the sands that I ...
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