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... at one time, co-owned by Jimmy Cagney. I would like to say that we then went on to visit the Santa Barbara mission, but on the way we got distracted by a Macy's store and never quite made it there, oh well, never mind. Further up the road we stopped at the cute 1950s style Pismo Beach, which is home to another lovely wooden pier. This one was not commercial, and seems only to be used by locals to ...
... most amazing place its where the Sea Lion or as we were corrected Elephant Seal, there were hundereds of them all lined up on the beach baking in the sun, we all so found some Chimpmuks and hand fead them oreos and pizza cust, they loved it and the kids thought it was unreal.
We got to Avila Beach found or RV park, lets just say there photos all lie, the place stunk like **** and looked like ****, ...
... over there (which includes my Eurail ticket and all the fees for my train ticket reservations) was $3,408.97. In total with everything I purchased beforehand (including the plane ticket and backpack, and the stupid waste of money phone) I spent $4,709.33. Yikes, that number is pretty scary and much bigger than I thought, although the total I actually spent in Europe is barely higher than my goal target, so I’m pretty happy with that. This is the first time I ...
... be praise indeed. The road just about clung to the
mountainside , but in places needed to be reinforced. At one
particularly big repair job traffic lights had been installed,
nevertheless a local had also been employed to stand with a stop
sign, so besides the three red lights, the red card made it
absolutely clear what we had to do.
We stopped for a quick late lunch a few
miles before San Simeon, home of Hurst ...
... of a hill, the seafront has a cosy, leftalone feel to it. It's quiet. No crowds. The parking is free. But there are shops and restaurants, and there is a festival on at the moment. Stuff happens here. An ads board outside a shop gave an indication: meditation, gardening services, Spanish lessons, yoga, art/craft classes.
The built up area down to the sea front is like a ...