Sand Pebbles Inn
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... guest houses. The tour was very pricy, crowded, and short. However, the house and grounds are interesting. Later in the day we were walking along the boardwalk when we spotted a whale. Even though it is hard to see the photo, it is really there.
... were well presented and provide an excellent explanation of the battle without the triumphalism and mawkishness that sometimes accompanies such places. The battle was, like many others at this stage of the war, run with breathtaking incompetence and visitors could be rightly angered that the senior command was never held to account for such abject failures in planning.
Our pleasant family interlude was, unfortunately, just a preamble to the serious North ...
... store where they have wine tasting and make the most delicious coffee and rolls. All fresh, tuna, salad with alfalfa sprouts! Now that's more like it.
A little late, but we did manage a short sprawl by the pool... and I opened Steinbeck's 'Cannery Row'.
But now, “It is the hour of pearl—the interval between day and night when time stops and examines itself.”
... otherwise known as 'beer o' clock'.
We drive down the Big Sur and the views are incredible. Point Lobos State Park was the first stop on the Big Sur. There is a cove called China Cove which is meant to be spectacular. Surprisingly it was closed so we couldn't get onto the beach and there was so much seaweed that it didn't look as nice as advertised. We climbed down onto the adjacent beach which was called Gibson Beach. The sand was not as gold and beautiful as previous beaches but a nice place to rest our weary ...
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 ...