The Mariner's Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Twenty more miles on Highway 1 and we arrive at Cambria, a seaside village doubling as an art colony. Cambria is roughly halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. And it’s 100 percent of the way to today’s destination.
Our ride finishes quietly as we pull into the motel and begin to think about dinner. In our rear-view mirror: a tidy 230 miles of mountain roads, valleys and a hint of ocean.
... Rupert Murdoch of his time and in his battles with Pulitzer is seen as the instigator of the 'red top' genre with sensationalised headlines of dubious origin. Through this approach he is accredited to have had a significant influence on the US going to war against Spain at the turn of the last century. Regardless, he made a buck or two and built a huge castle on the Californian coast to entertain all his movie-star friends. The building is a ...
... to was an extraordinary experience. It felt like a real priviledge, almost like eavesdropping on a different world.
The sky is full of birdlife too.. with the occasional flight of pelicans gliding past in formation.
Goodness we have seen some sights today.
Yep, I have to agree on this one. Totes awesome.
Our home for two nights is the Fogcatcher Inn in Cambria.
Checking in, I was offered complimentary cookies which ...
2/1/2014 Drive to Cambria Today we left Monterey as we left Monterey we went to the Dennis the Menace Park. It had a great climbing and other stuff. We then drove along California Highway 1 the view was amazing and the road was twisty,and bumpy. We saw ...
... the racoons finally got me. They had gotten others in the neighbor group. They actually unzipped my cooler. Yes, they did. Ate what they could inside and headed on out. Bit of a mess to clean up in the morning. Luckily, I wasn't going to be able to travel much further with the food, so just as well. I would have liked to enjoy my breakfast, but I found a place in town that worked really well!!
Oh and ...