Morro Crest Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... how magnificent the pools would have looked back in the days when Hearst would invite the biggest stars from Hollywood to stay for the weekend. We headed back to the car to continue our trip up the coast an soon approached the beautiful rugged coastline of Big Sur. We stopped for some pictures at the beautiful Pfeiffer waterfall, which tumbles into the turquoise sea. We continued down route 1 as the sun was setting. It had been a long ...
... roam the grounds. Morgan, an accomplished civil engineer, devised a gravity-based water delivery system that transports water from artesian wells on the slopes of Pine Mountain, a 3,500-foot (1,100 m) high peak 7 miles (11 km) east of, to a reservoir on Rocky Butte, a 2,000-foot (610 m) knoll less than a mile southeast from Hearst Castle.
The Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle was rebuilt three times to suit its owner's tastes. Its centerpiece is ...
Set alarm early today As we were leaving for Highway 1 along the coast to LA. Packed up our gear and went down the street back to the hostel again for breakfast. Went back to our room and got our back and checked out of the Green Tortoise hostel. Got a taxi and got dropped at the Convention centre so we could book a car from Alamo. After having so troubles finding it we eventually did and booked a car for 2 ...
... the cool sea breeze caught some of us out and the aftersun will be in full use as we headed back for early showers and/ naps. A big thanks to L for organising kids games Back along the beach for another meal. This time in Brads and all very tasty - clam chowder and BBQ meats and salads - more beach games or cocktails back at the Cool Cat - no "car crashes" only a mental cocktail with fresh chilli ordered by Cliff but not to be repeated Back along ...
... that was like a bathtub compared to this! It was ICE cold. We tried our best to indulge in the waves but when bits of my fingers started falling off we gave up and went back to the RV, shivering. The sun gave up too - we considered putting the heating on - California in August - not what we expected!
We wrapped up warm and watched a spooky film (The Gift, Cate Blanchett - awesome). Erin suitably disturbed mentally, we turned in for the ...