Captain's Cove Inn
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... was built for the eccentric newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, who inherited the land from his parents and decided to build "a little something" on the top of the hill where he had camped as a boy. He was the kind of wealthy who could ship works of art, statutes and even whole buildings across from Europe to furnish the castle and grounds and he hosted many famous people at the castle, including Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant and ...
... that painfully drag themselves along the beach in stages. These are very impressive flabby huge flans that I prefer to admire keeping a minimum distance! This meeting is reallyamazing!
During this stop the sun returned. We leave with the sun above our heads at the top of the mountain we visit Hearst Castle tomorrow.
... but no at site sewer hookup. The camping fee were raised to $50 a night for hookups and $35 for tent sites to help balance the budget yet the parks continues to fall deeper into disrepair. Why, you ask? The revenues generated by the parks goes into the general fund, not back into the parks leaving the parks at the mercy of the politicians. Folks are kept out of the parks by the imposition of unreasonable camping fees which hurts the state and the ...
... Patty and I run out to the beach for more site seeing. We also check out the restaurants and inquire about spots to view the evenings sun set. We later enjoy fish and chips and Dave has BBQ. We end a lovely day watching the sunset. Dave and Patty all romantic and Bonnie just falling in love with the view. Blessings to all who read this. See you tomorrow where I will continue on toward San Diego to spend Mothers Day with my wonderful son who inspired my big adventure. ...
... looked more like a Duomo than castle) is really worth a viewing.
After having the luxury of visiting these places personally in Europe it is intriguing to see it reconstructed but you can see that the some of the Americans around loved being in "a part of Europe" and with a small percentage of Americans who have passports, this is perhaps the nearest they are going to get to it.
We met Mike and Sharon for lunch at a quaint restaurant, which was ...
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