Radisson Hotel Santa Maria
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... are named that as they have a snout sort of like an elephant's trunk. It turns out that they are about the size of a small car....or maybe an elephant. When I first saw them, I thought they were big piles of sand, but I quickly put together that these were actual seals. We took great pics, watched them on the beach nursing their pups, scooting around in the sand.......you know, doing seal stuff!
We head inland ...
... time looking around the shop and watched the film about the history about the place and the family. William Hearst loved San Simeon as a boy. His family were wealthy as his father found Silver in the rock around California's Sierra mountains. Young Hearst traveled Europe for a year with his mother which is where he had the ideas for designs he would use in the future. In his 50s (1919) he started to build on the hill he loved which looked down on the ...
... Son and Family. At dinner tonight, Rob said that it will seem strange for me not to be here and I have to agree. It is amazing how quickly we settled in to a routine with me living here.
I will be home for about 6 weeks and then return here some time in March. I will stay for another 2 or 3 weeks and then hook up my trailer and continue my journey to visit more family and friends.
Stay tuned for more entries. ...
... into motel land. It was basic in as much as breakfast was wrapped in plastic and came on paper plates, the wifi crashed after 30 minutes and you spent all night wondering if that noise was someone stealing your car. The next morning saw us driving onward past Carmel (obviously it was the sound of someone elses car being taken) and, after an English muffin with Clint, we're heading to the number one most wonderful, free, scenic drive in the world: from Carmel to San Simeon, ...
... used to exfoliate the skin, but can also be used to clean pots and pans, wash cars, sinks and bathtubs and more. They aren’t abrasive, so won’t scratch any surface. Now, you know more about luffas than you ever thought you needed to learn. Your lesson of the day….
The rest of the day we finished catching up on our pictures and blog and getting things organized for our trip to San Juan Bautista tomorrow. ...