Cambria Shores Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beach making hooting noises and finally to the picturesque town of Cambria. We easily find our charming B&B overlooking the Pacific but our room isn't yet ready so we pop into town for a wander round the farmers market and cute shops. Room ready and we just lounge on our outdoor balcony watching the ocean.....ahhhh bliss! ...
... farm fields. Many signs along the way advertizing No Water, No Jobs. It was truly a sad state of affairs crossing this section of the state. Much like the signs we saw driving up 99 from Bakersfield yesterday.
As we moved toward the sandy looking mountains before reaching Rt 46, we noticed what looked to be clouds over one stretch of the mountains. It was a perfect display of a cold front. When we were on ...
... very little idea of what to do with it. when you consider that at the same time, Britain's richest man; Lord Nuffield, was living in a modest country home and setting up medical colleges and giving away Iron lungs and funding medical research… its kinda like our modern era - the rich have so much money and power but absolutely no idea what to do with it all. So… Hearst Castle - enough to turn me to socialism. i think that about says it all.
... Points where several people have stopped to capture the beauty of this coast, with no intention of stopping at a place marked by with a sign. What I want is something that few people have seen, let alone taken the time to park and hike down to get right down to the water. Anything less would not be doing this incredible landscape justice.
Dirty SUVs, packed to the gills with camping gear are usually the best indicator for a scenic area, and tend to ...
Picked up our mustang from SFO airport. Popped the hood to find the 5L V8 in there. I could not have had a bigger smile on my face. I jumped in my silver stang and Marty took off in his red stang to head for LA. We had a slower trip in mind following the Big Sur coastline and stopping half way at San Simeon for the night, so we parted ways with Marty and Grace on the ...