Cambria Palms Motel
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The price was right for Cambria and the folks that were running the motel were very personable which always makes ones stay that little bit more comfortable.
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Shortly before we made it to our stopping point in Cambria we stopped at the Piedras Blancas Beach to see the elephant seals. The beach was cluttered with the huge animals, most of which were napping. A few of the males were fighting and a couple of clearly juvenile males decided to copy the older guys.
We finished the day in Cambria, our room facing the beach (and just across the street from the water).
... a few to mention. The home was designed by architect Julia Morgan and was designed in the Spanish Revival style to accommodate Mr Hearst's many warehouses of antiques and art that he bought from around the world. The home was under construction for 26+ years but was never completed. The two guest wings on each side of the main house are still left unfinished, but trust me there is more than enough to see and appreciate. While driving up to the castle you see the thousands ...
Went to the elephant seal rookery on the coast. As we got out the car I thought I hope we see some seals. Must have seen 400. Everywhere you looked as far up the beach you could see was full of seals sneaking and out in the ocean there were black heads bobbing up and down in the water. Could watch them all day. One thing - seals ...
Today we visited Hearst castle - which was supposed to be a morning only stop which didnt turn out quite according to plan. Hearst castle is a beautiful place right on the top of the mountains overlooking the sea. We had booked to go on the Upstairs room tour and when we had finished that Sofia was a little grumpy and hungry. We couldn't find her bottle and I got the blame for forgetting it. Julie insisted on ...
... was really reasonable for the cabin we slept in, and just a delight to have no TV or Internet distractions for the evening. We ate dinner at a great little lodge. Maria had the lamb shank, which was a huge succulent piece, and Neil had the miso-glazed salmon, a sweet and tender filet. We also enjoyed wasabi mashed potatoes and broccoli and carrots. After dinner, we headed back to the cabin for some deserved R&R. See you ...