Lovers Point Inn
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We left the desert behind and headed towards the Central Coast. It was 11pm by the time we hit the coastal town of Cambria and after a long day of driving we were very happy to find a room and hit the sack. The next morning we briefly explored the picturesque town and its streets lined with antique shops, art galleries and coffee houses. We drove …
... nowhere was open. We headed back out on the road and as were driving, Graeme said that we were going through the area that the author John Steinbeck (Grapes of Wrath) grew up in and based his novels in. We stopped off for gas and Graeme was talking to the guy in the store; after this when got back in the van, he said he had a surprise for us and that we all needed to chew a piece of chewing gum for the surprise. We all started chewing and throwing out theories as to ...
... des paysages jusqu'à maintenant.
Troisième arrêt Pieffer Beach. Mylène avait mentionné que c'était une belle plage à aller voir selon ses lectures. Je confirme également que dans mes guides, c'est une plage dont on parle. Arrivé à l'entrée de la route pour accéder à la plage nous avons eu la surprise de découvrir que pendant 10 minutes c'est une route à une seule voie en courbe qui rencontre les voitures du sens inverse. ...
... s easy to spot seals lazing on the beach or bobbing their heads up in the water. We stopped at one viewing point towards sunset and the seals were everywhere with their little heads sticking up out of the water staring at us. So cute!
Our intention was to make it all the way down to Santa Barbara that night, but after a few lengthy stops we opted to check into a good old Best Western in Santa Maria for the night – not much to report in this town ...
... trees of all varieties providing a deep green backdrop for it all, oaks standing out for their lack of leaves in the winter, grey moss draped from their grey branches, and some sort of Dr. Seuss-esque trees with their spindly and randomly jutting branches looking like overgrown bonsai masterpieces. [Disclaimer: I’m not a botanist, so I’m probably mis-identifying a lot of these trees, and didn’t have time to research tree species on ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking