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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... a lot of farmland. Guadalupe and Lompoc were both fairly unimpressive towns, but interesting because they were so very different to home. Arrived in Pisno Beach and checked into a room at the Sandcastle Inn by 3:15. We basically just found this place, saw it was on the beach, vetted it on trip advisor then came in. It worked out well, Evan's coming over to my way. The rate is $159 for two queen beds including breakfast (low $170s with tax). Had a walk on the beach and ...
... for the appetizers. The wedding ceremony was at 4:30 and very short. Food started going out at 5. Sausage first and then the chicken skewers.
We started slicing TriTip at 5:45 and served beef until almost 6:30. Everyone raved about how good the BBQ tasted, so the day was a success.
A quick shower to wash off the smoke smell, a change of clothes and we joined the reception around 8 ...
... at "The Shack" for a great burger and a cold beer (the beer was just for me, not the kids) as a celebration luncheon.
I anticipate that it will be an early night for me. This is about all of the New Year celebration I can stand for one day.
Life is good. Looking forward to many wonderful adventures in 2014. ...
... few more stops. We walked down Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf. It was 12.30pm and we were getting hungry. Must have been looking at all that fish. We found a pizza store which looked fun. You choose your base and toppings then as you move down the line, your pizza goes through a high speed cooker and arrives just as you pay, and the pizza were marvellous. Sam not a fan of Pizza so, after a quick check on the other food stores, plus it was getting late, I promised to grab him a burger ...
... kilns used in the 1880s.
We also saw quite a few American condors; not quite as close up as in Peru, but still very impressive.
A little surprise at the end of the day - near Penas Blancas lighthouse is a group of Elephant Seals laid on the beach. They were funny, bless them, lazing on the beach.
Got ourselves a nice cheap motel, ready for Hearst Castle ...