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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My guide picked me up early so no chance for breakfast. It turns out I was the only one on the tour. Marlene my tour guide was lovely & friendly. I munched on a muesli bar & had some water as we drove to Hearst castle to keep the wolf from the door. We got to the visitors centre in good time so I got to see the movie about the place before …
Hearst Castle is one of those weird places that everyone says you have to see. It was the home of William Randolph Hearst who was one of the richest men in the world in the interwar years. He was born into a very rich family in 1863 and when he was 20, his father made him editor of one of his newspapers - so he didn't exactly struggle against …
... bridge; I stayed in the car and ate cherries we’d bought from a stall on the side of the road.
Our hotel for the night was the White Water Inn in Cambria, about halfway from San Francisco to our destination. We chose it because we got confused and thought it had a hot tub outside, but actually it was one of those big fancy baths so I immediately jumped in to give my hair an intense conditioning session, as hot sun + convertible = ...
So we said a sad farewell to LA and headed up the coast to San Francisco. It was a beautiful day so we put the roof down on the Mustang and looked like a right pair of tossers.
First stop was Santa Barbara, which is a beautiful coastal town with gorgeous Spanish architecture and plenty of dining and wine tasting in the centre of town. Had the best Mexican and cocktail for lunch (as you do) - Mexican here is NOTHING like at home. The town was full ...
... It was a nice little place right next to the ocean. We spotted lots of Elephant Seals and a Coyote along the way, which we were lucky enough to get a few photos of.. We stayed at the Silver Surf Hotel and got a room each couple which was only $44 USD each. The Hotel had a indoor pool and spa so we had one before we went out for dinner. We all had a nice dinner down the road and planned our trip to San Diego for ...