Cayucos Shoreline Inn...on the beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... finished in San Simeon close to sunset. Along the way I got to be of service to the riders/soldiers and assist them in staying in the ride. I spent many of the first 3 hours pacing a young soldier across various climbs. At times we couldn't climb any faster than 2 miles per hour. That particular soldier made it all 93 miles. Out of 200 + riders I finished the ride with the last 10 riders ...
... have lunch together. There were no picnic/rest areas to stop at so we found a spot just to the side of the road that had some grass with a great view and sat there to eat our lunches and catch up. Suz found it was so great to catch up with Mike whom she'd worked with at TV3 News all those years ago. See attached pics of the catch up on the side of the road. From there we headed for our overnight stop at Cayucos Beach. We had intended to stop off at Hearst Castle on the way but the time ...
... sea it looked like we were above the cloud level and it appeared as if you could walk out onto a cotton wool carpet.
Keith put some of his EFAD training into practise and opened up the Subaru, when he could, as we were going to be late. I was a little nervous, thinking we might have been driving on the cotton wool carpet. Some sections of the road are so curvy it's impossible to drive at more than 10 miles an hour.
... and checked in at the hotel. Oooooooo there was a chill in the air when we got out of the car.......a reminder that we are back in the Northern Hemisphere and heading home. Time for Steve to dust off his jeans and put the shorts away. The guy behind reception was great and we chatted with him for a while. He made me feel a little better as after asking us where we had just come from, he stated he hates LA and ...
... re not food, we’re not food we’re friends!" At first I sung it quietly but as the bushy path closed in on us it was very hard to see beyond a foot and the real possibility of something stalking us from behind the brush made our nerves kick in and our song grew considerably louder. On the safety of the open beach we took a long walk and I spotted some very interesting trucks hauling ATVs for rent along the sand – ahh haaa I wanted a go on one! We followed one to ...