- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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... Creek Falls. Now this was quite a tough and steep hike but well worth it even though we had to grapple with very loose rock when going up and back down. Next we stopped at Ragged Point which was exactly as it said on the tin. Then through the little village of Lucia (!!) and on to see the elephant seals just slobbing ...
As we traveled from Fresno to the PCH, we realized that California is seriously lacking in population in the central part of the state, off the main thoroughfare. We drove from Fresno to Paso Robles without much more than seeing other vehicles and an occasional farm. Much of the land appeared to be seriously lacking in water sources. We did see a portion of the road where a channel had been dug parallel to the roadway ...
... ceilings) are antiques sourced from the world over. At one point in time the grounds had the largest private zoo in the world and we even saw a zebra which live wild with the cattle down by the highway. Definitely a highlight of the trip for me. Photos don't do this place justice!!
... Eventually we found one of the few places that you can stay (and didnt have a no vacancy sign outside) at Gorda by the Sea at the Whale Watchers Inn. After a little negotiation we secured a room for the night. This place was right on the coast overlooking the sea - beautiful if not a little foggy. Julie had wanted to eat at a place called nepenthe which we estimated was about 12 miles up the road and ...
... while we adjusted to the car and the road rules. We stopped for lunch in Monterey, which had had good reviews from several people. It was a shame we didn't have time to stop longer.
The afternoon's driving was far more spectacular, through the Big Sur, which lived up to the hype. We stayed the night in Cambria, across from the ...