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... of living by the sea) before ending up in San Luis Obispo. Small town enroute, with supposedly pretty views but by now a storm was definitely coming in! Then the long drive to LA, where we've just arrived. Two more nights in the northern hemisphere and then southwards! Feels very surreal. Neither of us really know what to expect so we're making the most of familiar things. Finally somewhere with good internet, so we've loaded up all our photos. ...
... reservations are encouraged as they tend to sell out, especially in the high season. Even on our mid-week visit our mid-morning tour seemed to be sold out. Details on visiting Hearst Castle can be found here: www.http://hearstcastle.org/
We arrive at the visitors centre which is actually situated at the bottom of the hills, and the feeling is not too different from a train station with ticket ...
... We leave Point Lobos and head to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park which has the beautiful McWay Fall which drops over a cliff 80 feet. The beach looks amazing but there is no way of getting down to it unless we want to climb down some cliffs. After some pictures and a walk around the viewing section we get back on the roads.
The road is incredibly bendy but we stop off on a number of occasions to look at the views which slows our progress a bit. Some of the beaches and views ...
... Hearst was satisfied. As a consequence of Hearst's persistent design changes, the estate was never completed in his lifetime.
It is hard to describe this amazing place and the photos will not do it the justice it deserves. Hearst Castle now belongs to the state of California. The Hearst Corporation gave the castle to the state and it joined the National Register of Historic Places on June 22, 1972 becoming a United States National Historic Landmark on May 11, 1976.
... early. It fills up by noon and by that point, it’s best to be wrapping up (as we did).
Our next “major” stop was at Point Reyes National Seashore. This park was large, and we did not allot ample time to appreciate much of what it has to offer. From what we saw, the park looked beautiful, but we had a full day and were heading to a hotel that was off the coast, so off we went. We made our way to the inland ...