Ripplewood Resort

Address: 47047 Hwy 1, Big Sur, California, 93920, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 47047 Hwy 1, Big Sur, is near Big Sur Station and Molera Horseback Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Sur

    Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by jennie_michael on Sep 15, 2015

    4 photos

    ... sunset while eating fish and chips for dinner! Morro Bay - Santa Barbara We left Moro Bay and headed towards Santa Barbara. We stopped at a 'dinosaur park' along the way for lunch. This park had great views out to the Pacific Ocean, while looking at the view we saw some dark shadows out to sea! We are still not 100% sure if they were whales or dolphins though! Will have to post the video and let others decide. While we were at this park we met a ...

    Last Sea Day

    A travel blog entry by buddyp on Sep 12, 2015

    14 photos

    ... as tides, currents and wind push the ship and the course has to be modified to account for the drift. In many ways it reminded me of aircraft navigation. Our speed was a slow 9 knots (17 kph). The wind was northwest, pushing us towards the California shore.

    The view from the bridge is naturally the best on the vessel. The bow of the ship is where the helicopter pad is located. This pad is used primarily for emergency evacuations. Two officers stand watch along ...

    Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by dmvc325 on Jul 12, 2015

    ... JP took to climbing the rocks and got far out near the point where the waves were coming in that the surfers were trying to catch, causing a nice couple from Colorado to worry about him. The woman asked if he was independent. Yup. Luke had fun swimming in the river and wading into the ocean. The kids didn't do too great hiking and wanted to be carried quite a bit, especially Luke. After Andrew Molera, we continued down ...

    Pacific Coast Highway to Carmel, Ca.

    A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 23, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... visitors! Phyllis drove us street by street, explaining there are no house numbers on homes, only names of houses. The cutest names- "Pinch Me "and "The Pear Tree" and the Hansel and Gretel houses. Sweet! There are no traffic lights in Carmel, there is no mail delivery in the town. In the 1920's the residents fought against paved streets, feeling the natural state of the streets would be ruined by pavement. (They lost that ...


    A travel blog entry by tabl on Jan 24, 2015

    14 photos

    ... light house next to a grave yard and gold course that people tend to pull up along so this would be our parking spot for the night. A little nervous, we went to the London Underground pub to pass away the evening for some food and drinks (dragging out a sprit is hard here when your always offered refills) .. Back on the road side we got the bed ready in pitch black before going straight to sleep praying no one would find ...