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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... was going ok for a while then we got caught into some serious traffic jam, we wasted about an hour stuck in that jam. You people who travel from the west into town have got it easy compared to this!
Margaret was in the navigators seat today and come up with the great suggestion that we don't need to go up the PCH to Pismo Beach as there is nothing we wanted to see in between Ventura and Pismo Beach on PCH so we were straight up the 101.
We decided ...
Today was an early morning. We had places to go and things to see, including the town or Harmony California, population: 18. We passed that en route. From Santa Maria we drove to Hearst Castle, the former home of William Randolph Hearst, the politician and yellow journalist of the turn of the century. He had grown attached to the California coast during his childhood and in his 50s, upon inheriting his father's estate, built his Enchanted Hill, today known as Hearst castle. ...
... Two weeks ago a whole brood of seal pups was born so we had yet another day filled with seal sightings!
After hiking we did the infamous 17 mile drive. It is a tolled road that leads past 4 golf courses, including ...
... note, not a Honeyhut) and swapped drivers. We saw signs everywhere telling us about the dangers of rockfalls. Some areas of the road had the sides of the hill covered in a net so I'm guessing these were particularly unstable. Other things seen today were a plethora of tourists in mustang convertibles, our first squirrels, evidence of a couple of recent rockfalls and a driver who tried to kill us by overtaking on double unbroken lines whilst heading towards us. ...
Came out of the wilderness and headed to Carmel/Monterrey. Since it was Memorial Day weekend, I did not have a lot of choices for parks as most were sold out. Got a spot in Carmel by the River RV Park. It was small, but conveniently located and clean.
My friend, Rob, came over on Saturday and we headed down to Monterrey for late ...