Howard Johnson Inn Santa Cruz
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... scarpering from his wife and kids when they falsely think an avalanche is about to hit them. Fortunately, or unfortunately for the father, it is a controlled avalanche and he is left to deal with the cowardice of his actions. Not the happiest of films. To help us get back to a relaxed state we finished the evening off at another excellent bar-restaurant selling even more great beer. The Californians really are very good at this beer-making ...
Found an amazing restaurant called Rocky Point (10 miles south of Carmel) for lunch and took a reasonable walk.
Arrived to San Simeon and booked into our worst hotel ever. Completely soulless and no facilities. Cheered ourself up by going to the beach but too dangerous to swim so just paddled.
Went back up the road to see the Elephant Seals on the beach - crazy animals. They are so ...
... Tours LLC, was very personable and chatted about anything and everything in amongst dispensing information about San Francisco and the places we would see today.
The country scenes along the way were quite different to the country scenes to Yosemite – more pines along the coastal route and surprisingly, lots of farms, particularly brussel sprouts (yuck), strawberries, artichokes etc and pumpkin. Actually ...
Pacific Coast Highway 2
Mar 20 – Mar 25
Veterans Memorial Park: After a long day driving and exploring we arrived in Monterey and found a nice partly sunny campground: and most amazing: it's affordable and it has free showers… wow are we still in California?
Monterey Exploring by bike:
Wharfs: we stopped at 3 different wharfs: ...
... on the thermals and sunsets that make you want to weep.
Camping remains on the chilly side of Arctic, but falling asleep to the sound of breaking surf is worth the temperature twice over.
The sea mists of northern California finally evaporated around the Redwood forests, where cycling through the 'Avenue of the Giants' inspired a cathedral-like hushed awe as sunlight filtered through the canopies of one thousand year old trees, towering over ...