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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... of hitting a highway right away was a bit stressful. I got on the Great Hwy and it all looked great. It was two lanes and traffic was mild we were cruising at 35 miles an hour. That is until I hit route 35 that road soon turned into a 3 lane highway and before I knew it I was hitting 65-70. It felt great. I found the sensation exhilarating. I had a beautiful view and the bike did not make me feel like I was going really fast. She was smooth and powerful giving me as ...
... have to remember to keep adding. Waitress was really nice, she said June is the best time for the whales as they head North with their babies, also said after San Simeon the route gets flatter. Now it was his turn not to feel good, I know he didn't because he couldn't even finish his 2nd beer! Still after a shower & a short nap he feels better, hopefully good for the 30 hilly miles tomorrow to San Simeon. Bed early as no tv & we're ...
... or so from the castle and saw a tiny blue sign - “Elephant Seal Viewpoint Ahead”. We both looked at each other and smiled, and made the executive decision to stop. Totally the best idea, ever. We pulled into the gravel parking lot and found a spot, grabbed our coats and the camera. There were a bunch of people gathered next to the fence all taking pictures, so we walked over, and there they were, a group of elephant seals. They were in the water and on the beach, ...
... sun. Apparently, there aren't as many this time of the year.
We continued on up the Pacific Coast Highway. It was a long, winding road that continued to climb around the mountains. There was a fog bank hugging the coast, so we were not able to see much of the coastline. The fog drifted on and off the road. I've never seen fog quite like this before. It almost took on a life of its own.
We took a break ...