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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... raise their flippers and toss wet sand on their backs to cool themselves off. I am not sure why they were hot since the wind was whipping around. How could they be warm?
We got the lay of the land in San Simeon at the Hearst Castle but will tour the castle tomorrow. We headed to Cambria, CA to bunk down for the evening at the Fireside Inn. There we had a little wine tasting from Harmony Winery before dinner. Along Moonstone Beach ...
... Bridge is one of the world's largest single-span concrete bridges. Julia Pfeiffer State Park was great fun with a huge challenging hike to the Pfeiffer Falls up the side of a mountain and through a giant redwood forest. I almost died. After that ordeal we decided to eat a late lunch and early dinner at the Nepenthe Restaurant, a real throw back to the new ...
... 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'.
Woke quite early, it's a beautiful view from the balcony with the sun on the ocean - still no whales! Rang Neal and it's raining in San Diego which upset the owner when I told him as he said it must have bypassed them & gone straight South, there's already been forest fires which are unheard of in January. Breakfast was good (apparently we should say over medium to get no 'snotty'eggs). Bit chilly when we left but ...
Jonathan. The drive down from San Francisco to Morro Bay some say is the best road/drive in the world. I've not been on every road in the world but its hard to argue with what they say (for now anyway). The drive from San Francisco gave us the usual early big city traffic but once on the coast road the drive although slow in the summer traffic was something very special. The Big Sur by name the big ...