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We woke up in this beautiful wilderness and after several cups of tea, we both went for a run down to the San Simeon beach itself and then back to the motor home. We had breakfast and as we were only staying one night on this campsite, we got ourselves ready to leave again. We watched the squirrels and birds pick over the crumbs from our meal the previous evening. We purchased a barrel load of wood, emptied the motor home of its dirty water, refilled with fresh ...
... attracted, but we all got out and stuck our chewed gum on the wall. After this, the group continued along the highway, until we stopped off in Cambria to use the restrooms and get postcards, and then we stopped a bit further along to see a colony of elephant seals. They're really famous as there's a huge colony of them that live on a specifics section of the coast, and man are they disgusting. I was expecting something about the same size as the sealions in San Francisco ...
... af køreturen på at få skrevet, så vi lige kunne opdatere billeder m.v. på vores lille blog, når vi nåede Big Sur.
Efter ca. 3 timers kørsel ramte vi igen Highway 1. Som første attraktion på vejen skulle vi se noget af Monterey området. Monterey Akvarium (stiftet af David Packard – grundlæggeren af HP) sprang vi over, idet vi allerede havde set 2 akvarier og samtidig skulle forvente at bruge mindst en ½ dag der, hvilket ikke var med i tidsplanen.
... awesome cliffs right against the ocean. Big Sur is a 50-mile stretch of this incredible coast, with a scenic drive up Highway 1, and lots of places to stop. The main vista point sits just beyond a bridge, where you can see the cliffs in the background, but the whole stretch is really very cool. We all took notice of the ocean and the rocks, but mom took notice of the wildflowers as well – they bloom all along the hills (a ...
... grasses along its marshy shores billowing in the wind. Now we’re back on 101 heading north and the coast is just a few miles ahead, time to put my laptop down and enjoy the view.
A few hours later, settled in the hotel in Pacific Grove and finishing up this post...
The rest of the day’s drive up the Coast Highway was incredible. After we passed Hearst Castle the coast was defined by steep bluffs plunging down to the crashing ...
Other places to stay in Pacific Grove
750 Crocker Ave, Pacific Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $96
133 Asilomar Blvd., Pacific Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $112
701 Asilomar Blvd, Pacific Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $136
775 Asilomar Blvd, Pacific Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $127