Ocean Palms Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... edge, with several outdoor promenades overlooking the water. Fantastic. We stayed a little longer than we thought as we all enjoyed the aquarium so much. Eventually we continued our road journey down the coast, through the ruggedly scenic Big Sur area, which was gorgeous despite there being a lot of fog around. In San Simeon we saw heaps of seals on the beach and got some great photos, while looking over ...
... three huge chimney stacks to dominate the sky line right at the end of the causeway leading to Morro Rock. Apparently the power station is hardly used any more. It remains a stunning blight on an otherwise lovely spot.
It had been a stunning drive. The scale and sheer majesty of the coastline is breathtaking. The glimpses of whales and the rare Californian Condor were unexpected and topped off a memorable day.
We reached Shell Beach just to the North ...
... s quite chilly, really glad Tina lent me her ski gloves, then the hills come but they are more roller coaster don't need to walk them today. Came to a lovely little coast town Cayucos, really quaint with a pier and as we cycled in there was a fish& chip shop, Duckies, so Peter said we just had to stop even though it was only 11.30 so we shared a portion of fried snapper with chips and a beer, very good. It was warming up now and there were lots of ...
... Henry and I thank him warmly for his contribution, which the potbelly man ignores, putting on that expression that says, “I’m having one of these awfully meaningful flashbacks about my life”.
“Yeah, Jack was a great guy”, he says, shaking his head in fond remembrance.
Mrs Henry takes the bait (“Did you know Jack Dempsey?”) and a long story follows about the pot-bellied man’s career ...
... dinner at a vegetarian cafe back in SLO and they invited me back to the hostel they were staying in for some drinks and conversation. Questions arose about the name of my camper and I told them I hadn't really decided. A few of the guys fro various countries thought it appropriate to name it "Roxy", a shortened and more 21st century version of John Steinbeck's "Rocinante" in his 1960'2 novel, "Travels With Charley." I liked that name for the camper but it didn't suit the truck so I came ...