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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... overhead, and we stopped a few times just to drink in the views. I managed to get a picture of a squadron of pelicans flying over the ocean next to the car, and at one point Ian squawked 'Seals! Seals!’ much like a seal might if it could talk, so we stopped again and found a pod of elephant seals sunning themselves on the rocky beach and making **** noises with their floppy noses – which naturally we found very funny. Ian stopped to take a photo of ...
... side of the mountains, the temp was 78. As soon as we started down the West side, the temp dropped to 50. When we stopped in Paso Robles for a potty break and gas, it was COLD. We had both dressed in shorts.
The difference in landscape was night and day. All green and lush and wine vineyards with tasting advertized all along rt46 toward CA1 or the PCH.
Very few pics for this stage of the day's ride.
... were we had to drive 3km down a narrow road to the beach. There were 2 different places with keyholes in the rocks which were awesome. Unfortunately it was really windy so it made it pretty uncomfortable. The sand has a purple tinge to it which was interesting.. The 3rd stop we made was Partington Cove where we took a walk down hill to the beach and then through a tunnel to the other side of the cove. We saw ...
... with people who are looking for what I am, with advice on where to go next. I find what I'm looking for on a turn-off across the street from a house (which I hesitate calling it a house, as it looks to be owned by a drug lord or someone with equal wealth), and park Adam under the shade of a large tree. I do a quick inventory on everything I'm willing to schlep on my back, which consists of my tent, sleeping bag, and my backpack with a few essentials such as ...
... Getting out of San Fran was some scary times. Terrible rain, heavy traffic and learning how to drive on the wrong side of the road took complete concentration. So with navigator duties handed over to Julie, we managed to get lost a few times. Things got so much better though once we hit the coast. Tight twisting roads, fog rolling across the road from the ...