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... went in search of change before doing the necessary registering. In doing so, he managed to come back with a free bottle of IPA from the change-givers who thought he looked like he needed a beer. That was one happy camper. After some more fine al fresco dining, we packed our remaining food away in the raccoon box and called it a night. As we settled down to sleep, we could hear the crashing waves and animals screeching close ...
... in, went for a subway then drove the 80 miles to Santa Barbara. We made sure we had accommodation ready so no more driving around like headless chickens. Think we have learnt our lesson!
Well the Big Sur was certainly one of the most beautiful coastal drives we have done and we were lucky to have such amazing weather for it. I am really eager to do The Great Ocean Road in Oz now to see how it compares, but that’s one for another ...
... 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 ...
... Lovely place and one of those you think only exists in films :)
On a typical road trip style, we stopped to use a nasty looking bathroom and bought donuts and coffee.
Last stop was Monterey and we will spend the night at the Super 8 - typical American motel, very simple but nice and will serve its purpose very well. Need to rest and tomorrow we will set off to Yosemite.
Up and decided to go to Julia Pfieffer Burns Park and take a nice walk. It was a beautiful morning
and we were early and so there were not many people about. We were glad to see the waterfall was
still flowing into the sand. From there we hiked over to the primitive camping area. Did not go all
the way down into the camping area because there were ...