Residence Inn Costa Mesa Newport Beach
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This drive took FOREVER..... But it was a forever that we both enjoyed immensely. Big Sur is the most Winding, Curving, scary road I have ever been on. This road is towered by the huge mountain ranges of the Sierras on one side, to the steep drops of the ocean. This road is picturesque, and dotted with natural beauty. We made so many stops along this road. We stopped for approx 1/2 an hour at one area of steep cliff to see seals swimming in the shallows and resting on rocks, on ...
All week I have been humming 'California Sun' by The Rivieras. Could it be the visits to Newport Beach, its stretching mass of sand and long lines of skinny palms? Or perhaps it was just that I was 'going out west' to see if I belonged?
Whatever it was I was definitely ‘out there having fun in the warm California sun’. I became a regular dog walker staying with Steve and Dolores for the week, south of LA in Costa Mesa ('Coesta Maysa'). ...
... night with some ''In N' Out''. The restaurant was full because it was one of the only ones that was still opened at that time, 11:15 pm. I ate a tasty cheeseburger. You know, the mouth-watering burgers that are showing up in every food-related ad? Well, I had that same kind of burger: juicy steak, meltlingly soft cheese and crispy watery lettuce were the ingredients in my burger. ''In N' Out'' is popular for the freshness of its produces. It ...
... or spectacular scenery to speak of!! The laundry facilities were good and we were in desperate need of them!
Day 2 of the PCH and we continued the windy, narrow road with spectacular scenery and brilliant warm weather. We stopped at Ragged Rocks for a alfresco lunch and walked down to a pretty beach a bit like the beaches near Dunedin. A few nice state park camping spots - (for Mum and Dad on their next trip) and we arrived at Pismo Beach ...
... why he tried to do a runner, the ****. God we were so friggin' lucky that it hadn't been a lot worse.
Finally got back on the road but poor Simon was really shaken up and had lost a lot of his confidence. It made the rest of the days journey very long and very nerve wrecking.
Stopped at some random place to grab lunch. Our 4 hour drive turned out to be more like 6 hours as once we got to LA the freeways were mad!!! For probably half an ...