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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rocks. We checked into our camp site and elected for an unpowered site having juiced up the two days previous. We walked along the shoreline watching fishermen casting from the beach whilst large pelicans watched and waited for their share of the winnings as if it was their right to get any of the fisherman's catch. After a long walk stretching our legs we went to get fish n chips for dinner electing to sit in the little restaurant watching customers coming in all shapes and sizes ...
... has been very little rain here when you drive by the San Luis Reservoir where you see the blue water and the striations of earth above the water that show where the water used to be. In fact, it looks like the water used to come up to almost the highway. And, our resident water conservationist, Dick, estimates that the reservoir is down probably billions of gallons of water! :))) Will blog next from Fresno! Will say hi to Lily from all! ...
... no real expectations. Wow - did Monterey blow me away!! I instantly fell in love with this town. It is situated on a peninsula on the Californian coastline, its harbour offset by two piers with restaurants, shops and cafes. The view towards the Pacific Ocean is something else and seals come right up to the pier and coast area. The architecture is absolutely stunning - treelined streets, quaint lane-ways, funky cafes and a bit of a ...
... of it and stopped about 20 times to do and see things along the way and therefore it took us the whole day to get to San Simeon.
Along the way we visited Pebble Beach which is home to of some of the worlds best golf courses ...
... colours and kind of marbled. Then we got back in and continued our drive (but now more awake!)
A little further on I noticed a sign for an 'elephant seal view point' so curiosity caused the need for investigation. Pulling in to the parking lot we could see it was quite busy. We walked along to the end with a boarded viewing platform overlooking the beach. Sprawled out on the sand below there were hundreds of elephant seals! They were ...