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As we continued down the coast we stopped at many different viewpoints to admire the coastal landscapes and the sun glistening in the calm ocean. We sat on a rock at the top of a cliff and had lunch whilst looking over the breathtaking scenery. Not bad at all.
A surprising find along the road was a viewpoint for Elephant Seals. Neither of us have ever seen these, well apart from on a David Attenborough documentary. ...
... female architect in California to develop plans for his home on this site in 1919. It was a work of some 30 years to completion and the site was donated to California and the Hearst Trust on the death of his widow to be retained for all future generations and preserved from development. Quite remarkable for his day.
His father was a wealthy man (from mining,especially gold), but William amassed his own fortune from media ...
After the bright lights of Vegas, Mum and I flew back to Los Angeles to pick up our hire car and start the 5 day leisurely drive up Pacific Coast Highway to San Francisco. We had about 500 miles to cover over 4 nights/5 days, and at the start of the week had only booked our first night's accommodation to give us a bit more freedom for the rest of the week. Our first stop was Carpinteria, a small town outside of Santa Barbara. It was a 98 mile drive from LA which was a little ...
Yesterday and today were filled with lots of driving up the coast. We went from LA to San Luis Obispo, which is this really cute town a few hours north of LA. We drove through Santa Monica and bought some fancy Brie cheese in a small shop. We also drove through Malibu, which turns out to be a whole strip of beautiful coastal land rather than one city. We stopped in Santa ...
... br> This area of Big Sur is also home to Pheiffer Beach which I well-known if nothing else at least for the fast that it is almost impossible to find. It took us 2 drive-by's before we realize where to turn toward the beach - look for the yellow sign that says RV's prohibited or something like that. The Pfeiffer State Beach sign is actually located at the end of the 2 mile long Sycamore road which ...