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... is so let me put it like this... I spent 5 hours having my hair whip me in the face like 1000 tiny paper cuts. And I didn't complain much at all (that is mostly not a lie). Malibu looked more like a surf town than I expected though. We decided to lunch in Santa Barbara and In-n-out burger was calling our names. See pics. Hearst Castle ... We parked the Jersey Princess next to several other convertible ...
... movie "Bedtime Stories". From Wikipedia: Cambria is a seaside village located midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on the California State Route 1 (Highway 1). The name Cambria was settled upon in 1869 (previously the town had gone by the names of Slabtown, Rosaville, San Simeon and Santa Rosa). It is a census-designated place (CDP) in San Luis Obispo County, California, United States. The population was 6,032 at the 2010 census, down from 6,232 at the 2000 ...
... 25min trip. Car was running a little low on fuel - 40 mile range but should be easily doable... 45 mins and 24 miles later we arrive at nepenthe We had a superb meal there sat on the veranda with the heaters on. Of course when we got back to the car at around 10 in the pitch dark we were slightly concerned - tis not recommended to drive that road at night - it's full of twists an turns and vertical drops! Also ...
... We hadn't been on our bikes long before the sun was shining and it was beautiful! We enjoyed our ride and talked most of the day about SLO and the people we had met. We stopped at a gas station at the edge of Cambria to buy some stew and fill up on water. The gas station did not have water in the soda machine, but the workers let us fill up in the sink behind the counter. We were a bit hesitant, but after being assured that it was the ...
... a castle on top of a hill. Most architects thought that building some thing like that would be impossible, but Julia Morgan took on the task, and created a road for supplies, and designed the castle, and surrounding buildings. After a long and hard 28 years of decision changing (Hearst changed his mind a lot), the castle was finally....... Not done. They were plans for a gymnasium, but it was never ...
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