Captain's Cove Inn
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... we met Jena Malone's father, a super guy that made us fantastic cafés au lait and shared some conversation with us. We also took some awesome cliff pictures here, and made a note to visit here again in the future. We drove even farther north, into the Big Sur area of CA. This wooded, beautiful area is peaceful and calm, so we decided to stay here for the night. It was Saturday night, and we figured it might be expensive. ...
... highway 101 heading north. By midday, having travelled for a number of hours we were finally on the approach to Santa Barbera, so we decided to stop and find somewhere to have lunch. We found a great organic eatery on the main high street and had a delicious lunch, before we set off to explore Santa Barbera in the baking heat. The town of Santa Barbera conforms to most American town planning with its grid like set of streets, but the main avenue opens out onto the beach at the ...
... his love of art while travelling Europe with his mother. When he inherited the land in his 50's, after his parents passed away, he could finally build his dream house. Similarly, to Winchester House, parts of it were never finished. After our tour with a really fun guide, we had a look around the grounds, which again were filled with statues, fountains and a large indoor and outdoor pool. We returned to the ...
... with spectacular views of the coast. The view from our table was awesome! Beautiful, beautiful country.
We finally made it into San Francisco that evening and pulled up to the Sir Francis Drake Hotel - our home for the next 4 nights. After settling in, we went to the lobby bar for a snack and a few drinks. We were introduced to the Drake Manhattan - a very smooth drink made with bourbon, tawny port, and maple syrup. ...
... the sidewalks. It was then a quick stop at Hearst Castle with its huge grounds and stunning views.
We were hoping to take Highway 1 the whole way to San Francisco but unfortunately there had been a landslide a few weeks back and we were told to take a detour from the castle which would mean missing out on a great deal of the scenic route. We manged to find a slightly different detour which took us through a ...
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