Sea Otter Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Cambria
... the stay was really quite refreshing. Afterwards we crossed the road to the little headland opposite to look out for sea otters after the three we'd seen yesterday. And there were three. So six seal-like sea otters she did see, swimming in the sea. After topping up the car with fuel, because it was cheaper than further south we were told, we set off down the coast. The Seventeen Mile Drive south of us was recommended so we took it. It cost ten dollars and we only did the ...
... we looked down to the coast, we were essentially above the fog. A very neat perspective. One of the pools was empty because there was a leak, but we still got an understanding of the size of the pool. The other pool, the indoor Roman pool, was pretty impressive too. I would just take one! After our visit, we returned to the elephant seal rookery again for a few minutes and then made our way to Bakersfield, CA. Who knows what to expect there? We hope you are all well. ...
... in the heart of Big Sur national park and surrounded by pine trees and steep cliffs and so idyllic. After this we head to Julia Pfeiffer Burns state park and do a couple of hiking trails along the wild cliff tops. Everything is soooo pretty. Next up was McWay waterfall which falls directly onto the beach. and then ...
... has a DVD library! I get a movie for the kids to watch, while dashing out and getting dinner (fish and chips of course!). It is late, but I must have been just in time and was lucky enough to get a takeaway. It was a nice evening - the room was very pleasant and dinner was nice! The kids got to watch Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, while I bought an international dialling pack, and dialled the Australian helpdesk to sort out our travel ...
... The pictures do not do the hike justice. The cove did not always have a beach but a landslide just north of the cove create the beach within the pictures.
One note to everyone that wants to go to the Big Sur, there is zero cell service on SR 1. So we drove until we had signal, which unfortunately took us out of the Big Sur. We did stop at a beach side primitive campground, Kirk Creek Campground, but everything ...