The Westin South Coast Plaza
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... soon, so away we went along the long windy roads. In not sure of the statistics of cars plunging over the cliffs here, but I'm sure it would have to be a few. The steep declines and inclines are hard to believe, they are massive. As we made our way down the road we eventually made it to Hearst Castle. This castle was started by newspaper mogul and was set to become a massive showcase for him to hold elaborate functions and parties, with guests such as Walt Disney, Charlie ...
... in red, white and blue everyone stood, hand on heart, for The Star Spangled Banner which started the parade. The patriotic flavour continued as classic cars carrying veterans and politicians came in a slow caravan down the people lined streets, waving and smiling as they went.
Taking the small 5 minute ferry which was little more than a barge back to the mainland we went on to a Chili Cook-Off in Tustin. A family affair, there were numerous stalls ...
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... Sideways" was filmed (oldish movie about wine and blokes). We hit the pool and spent another relaxing afternoon doing not much, cos there wasn't much in Buellton. Gary and I had our second
"date night". We walked down a very "industrial" street
(ironically called Industrial St!) in the dark and at the end found a very
funky brewery / bar for some beer tasting and a beautiful restaurant / winery
for tapas and wine! At the winery we got ...
... with beautiful horses and long haired knights. It was loads of fun and entertainment. The meal was all done old style on tin plates, eating with our hands. Thankfully I got the vegetarian option as it was 4 courses with the main of half a baby dragon and spare rib - a helluva lot of meat on one plate.
The one thing that detracted from our experience was constantly being fleeced for money - from photos to souvenirs.
A fabulous first night in ...