Cypress Cove Inn
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... ploy: make the breakfast so foul and you no longer need to provide a large room for it... or any staff to man it.
The Fogcatcher on the other hand is smaller, all on one level, quaint and has a much larger breakfast room with added tables outside to enjoy the morning fog.
Nick and I agreed on almost everything, but certainly on the most important things, like breakfast.
Having had some sketchy ones over the last month, I had high hopes for this one.
... 8217;t really sure where we were going to stay next, but we ended up in a cute little downtown in the alpine town of Cambria. We actually parked in an enclosed parking lot surrounded by super cute restaurants and boutiques. There were public restrooms in the center of the parking lot, but they were closed due to the drought. There was a sign that said they would save an estimated nearly 200,000 gallons of water by closing them. The alternative was ...
... a grueling 93 mile course from Carmel to San Simeon along the Big Sur California coast. It was hot today, near 80 degrees and the ride had numerous climbs totaling over 6000 vertical feet of climbing.
Today was also one of the most rewarding and fun days I have ever had on a bike. It was also one of the longest days I've ever had on a bike. We rolled out of Carmel at ...
... making our way up Cardiac Hill back to the quaint and quirky shopping area. For anyone who has seen the old 70s classic, 'Play Misty for Me', starring Clint Eastwood, they would instantly recognise this town. There are beautiful shops in unusual buildings, some thatched, some Tudor, some rustic, and most with stable doors – the sort that are split in half with the top open and the bottom closed, in some cases.
We had a good look in some of the ...
... round trip back to the motor home, we set off again and headed back towards Cambria, following the advice of the ranger as the nearest place to get basic provisions. We parked up in front of the petrol station in Cambria and not knowing how big the place was or where the supermarket was located we decided to try and find it on foot. Cambria itself is a one road town, but the supermarket was at the opposite end to where we had parked, so we had to walk all the way back with our ...
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