Cambria Shores Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we trotted off down the road to a restaurant where Ian had amazing steak and even though I’d been going on for ages about how much I wanted some steak, I had seafood linguine because it was supposed to be a local speciality. As I watched Ian devour his steak I finally admitted to myself that I don’t actually like seafood that much, what I actually like is steak. But seeing as I own half of whatever Ian does, he very generously let me have some, so that was ...
... cars and hot rods so Graham was taking photos of everything that moved. I am sure we have mainly car photos on his camera. He'll be able to publish a book when we get home - "Cars I Saw in the US".
Planned to head up the coastal Highway 1 to our next stop but our Navman had other ideas and as we had no idea where we were going, we blindly followed its instructions. It took us winding in and around mountains, past ranches and vineyards. ...
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 ...
... cliffs that you are situated under are known for being brittle and causing unexpected rock-slides," Wade continues, adding to Johnny's warning about my chosen spot.
"I'm glad you took the risk of offending me about my lack of knowledge of the dangers in this area. As far as I'm concerned you saved my life, or at the very least from being in between a rock and a wet place." I curse my ignorance of the tell-tale sign of the kelp, not to mention failing ...
... Getting out of San Fran was some scary times. Terrible rain, heavy traffic and learning how to drive on the wrong side of the road took complete concentration. So with navigator duties handed over to Julie, we managed to get lost a few times. Things got so much better though once we hit the coast. Tight twisting roads, fog rolling across the road from the ...