El Toro Motel
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... waited as one otter appeared followed by the next, followed by another. After waiting a good twenty minutes we prepared to leave, when a whole family of otters appeared by the sea front, 15 in all. They were as happy as can be, twirling in the water, like kids playing in the water. They loved their environment and we enjoyed their acrobatics! We could have watched them for hours but time was pressing on and we knew we had to get to Monterey before dark and there ...
... coffee shops etc. There are also some artifacts on display and a cinema that shows a 40 min movie about Hearst Castle - this is included in the price of the tours.
Buses take the tour groups up the long winding road to the castle. On the surrounding fields cattle from Hearst Range strolls around, and the cattle still have right of way. Hearst is apparently the largest single-source supplier of ...
... He is an amazing performer at age 81. I can only hope to have that kind of energy at his age.
The concert was Willie and Family. His sister, Bobbie Nelson, was playing piano and did a really entertaining solo. His son, Lukas, played back up guitar and his son, Micah, played drums. At the end of the concert, his daughter, Amy joined her two brothers ...
... since 2 month which allows us a fire in the evening… we enjoyed it.
For sure we had to go to the Morro Rock… a real big one; we spent the whole day around the rock, walking along the Morro Bay Pier, around the rock: watch the eagles, surfers, admired the rock and relaxed in the sun.
Some fellow Beach bums left their chips unattended… it was ...
Today's ride was a short 51 miles from San Simeon to Pismo Beach. The highlight of the day ...and maybe one for the entire ride happened 7 miles south of San Simeon when the Ride 2 Recovery soldiers rolled into the school yard at Cambria Grammar School
We were greeted by about 200 kids (1st grade to 5th grade) + teachers shouting USA, USA, USA -they were holding flags and hand made signs for the soldiers. There was a brief ceremony with ...