Sand Pebbles Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We leave Carmel nice and early and head off on the misty Highway 1, the Pacific Coast highway heading south. We travel along more wonderful landscapes as we pass through Carmel Highlands and Big Sur and stop at the delightful Norwegian village of Deetjen's for a fab breakfast and the best eggs Benedict ever. The restaurant is in the heart of Big …
... after only 3 years!
Today we were heading south on Highway 1, otherwise known as the Big Sur and renowned as one of the most scenic routes of the world. It was something that had sold the trip to me in the first place and I was really looking forward to it.
Nick and I did The Great Ocean Road while we were in Australia, and I expected this one to be similar. While we were in Monterey yesterday, we saw lots of stickers saying things like ...
... br> It was after 3 when we got to San Simeon so that was our decision maker. All there was there, were a few motels on either side of the road and then a few miles up the road was Hearst Castle. Booked into the Quality Inn, first checking that it had a pool for the boys. Couldn't believe how cheap it was, just under a hundred dollars which includes breakfast.
Boys got straight into togs and headed to the pool and jacuzzi. It was total ...
This stop was originally for 4 nights, but was shortened to 3, which worked for me in many ways.
When I first got there, I was not sure I was even in the right campground. I thought it was right on the ocean. After my secluded, hill-top campsite at Manrisa, I was spoiled. Shortly after I got set up, the crowds started coming in. My neighbors were a couple with 3 daughters. The mom, Erin, introduced ...
... Castle in our sights for the afternoon. The California coast is special and Morro Bay is a highlight. The massive rock/mountain just offshore creates a dramatic scene, both up close for miles down the coast line.
Just before San Simeon, we hang a hard right and negotiate our way over the coastal range to Paso Robles. This was a tip from Keely in Escondido, “Paso Robles is the most romantic little artsy town, with the greatest olive oil shop ...