Edgewater Beach Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we found some free parking and cooked some egg drop soup again…it was a lot cooler out than we had been used to but was a nice change from the heat and humidity. Once we finished lunch most of the cones and event tables had gone so we could go see some pelicans at a view point…a wonderful bird is the pelican…..(anyone other than my family know the ending to that??).
Next we parked up at SeaBright beach and walked up the beach to the pier ...
... famous Route 95. I say famous, I suppose replace the word famous for bladdy long! So with 3 long driving days ahead of us we puckered up and said our good byes to this gemstone of a location and fu•€ed off as they say, though not before driving past Bruce Mountain and getting the obligatory photo next to the sign, tourists hey!! This first long day's driving we were almost in a tight spot having nowhere to spend the night and dusk was closing in after a long tiring day on the ...
... before reaching the enormous castle! It was all terribly well organised in the great American way and we were given a guided tour of the bottom part of the place. No expense was spared in the building and I guess it fulfilled his dream, but to me the place was grotesque, with the influence of Italy, France and Spain dominant but totally mixed up in all the stone work, carvings and tapestries! There was a huge pool and deck area (sadly the pool was empty due to the local ...
... of the Moon we drove into Idaho’s beautiful jagged mountains, the well named the Sawtooths. While going over one of the passes it snowed: summer magic. And with the mountain forests began some wonderful primitive camping that we have enjoyed in both Idaho and Oregon; and in the evenings and mornings came silent visitors: mule eared deer.
Near Boise we visited the fabulous ...
... it was Big Sur, it was still very impressive, its just i think it was a little over hyped.
Another thing was that it is a massive drive, it took the whole day to get from San Luis obispo to Santa Cruz, although i did stop off a lot to look at the views. I was quited impressed with my navigation skills as well because with no map directions or GPS i managed to find the Hotel in the middle of Santa Cruz.
Th Hotel was ...