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We embarked on the drive along the Pacific Coast Highway bright and early in San Francisco.
Our first stop was in Santa Cruz for breakfast since we left the hotel before breakfast was served. It was a quiet little town with lots of sea lions just lounging around and some nice beachside views.
We then journeyed on to reach the Big …
... the rockets to the moon were launched from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. Here is Apollo 11 lifting off toward the Moon, on July 16, 1969.
Five days later, Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on the surface of the Moon.
We do our own exploring tonight, successfully foraging for food in Cambria. Dinner at Cambria Pub and Steakhouse.
To view today's route from Ojai to Cambria, click here.
We loved Santa Barbara, and the big tasty lobsters. Had a swim in the pool at 7.45am, then paddled in Pacific, air warm but sea cold. Then breakfast in charming Joes Diner, Ken had steak and eggs. Then drove to Cambria. Stopped at enormous Pismo beach, where they drive big American trucks and quad bikes on the sand. This hotel is in the hills, pine trees, had dinner in a restaurant ...
... chill out as we hung out for our final night.
We found a nice little brew pub with a front and back bar, 48 taps of exclusively craft beer, no corporate companies, and most of them local, if not the west coast. So we stayed there all evening, after planning to stay for just one drink, it was such a nice atmosphere and really full for a Tuesday night, it was nice to see a local business so popular. The two bar ...
... cars (rent a convertible and drive up the coast is not a very original concept) and hopped aboard a bus for the 20 min trip up the mountain to the 70,000 sq ft castle. **My work friends can insert a LR reference here.**. Well worth the stop and amazing to see as far as castles go. Elephant seal rookery... A bit up the road from the castle is a protected area of beach where elephant seals beach themselves to ...