West Cliff Inn, a Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of it all being watered through irrigation systems despite the drought. The highway took us to Gilroy where we then headed for Watsonville but somehow missed a turning as the signs were rather vague. Back on the right road we drove on and stopped in Watsonville to have a break. It didn`t seem to have a lot going on but we did find a fab ice cream shop called Conchitas. Conchita was the lovely lady owner who was very glad to chat and find out where ...
... and wound up being confused as hell when I couldn't find the toll booth. It seems that bridge tolls are now done via the internet. You cross the bridge and they have your car license plate on file. You log on, put in your license plate number, and pay your toll. I plan on doing this after I finish my writing tonight. We didn't stop at the bridge visitor center as it was a bit of a zoo, with tour buses, and tons of people.
... of the beach and boardwalk. There were sea lions swimming everywhere, all around the pier, and viewing holes in the deck showed many of them sleeping and chilling on the wooden beams.
It was now sunbathing time so we found a nice spot on the beach and started to get our tans on for an hour or so. It was that perfect temperature to lay in. I was very happy.
It soon hit lunch time and we already had our eyes on 'The Falafel Hut' on the other side of the road so we ...
... Pretty basic and we chose not to feed the sea lions in their small enclosures.
Our next stop was to Cambria in the pines, our stop for two nights. Visited the farmers market where we tasted the local fare, a TriTrip sandwich in a crisp roll and filled with delicious blood dripping juicy chargrilled beef (over mesquite wood from Mexico). Check in time and an afternoon of relaxation before our dinner booking at 7pm. Then on to the bar to ...
... He was inspired by his one and half year Grand tour of Europe when he was about 10 years old. The property was bought by his father as a part of a ranch and usually the family camped here. In his 50s Hearts was driven to build the magnificent home to house his antiques from the Mediterranean.
The main house has towers inspired by a Spanish church complete with bells. The cottages around were built first and were used as the ...