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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 ...
... going to head up to Lassen Volcanic National Park and then over to the Redwoods. Our President Obama n our government have been playing chicken for 10 days now. It is costing me 40.00 bucks a night waiting to get into the National Parks. OMG, who would have thought wildfires would stop us from getting there when we came into California and then the government would go on strike until President Obama got his way with ...
... hear the screech of tires in our brains as we both thought, let's slow things down a minute.
Ambled onto San Luis Obispo and had a late lunch of incredible Asian fusion tapas, sitting creekside with the dogs at Novo. Everything felt right and for the first time found a CA area that we fell in love with.
We had reservations for the next three nights, decided to go to the hotel in San Simeon, but ditch the next stop and come back here for a couple of days.
... 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 ...