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... Visited the courthouse - it was rebuilt in 1929 to the same standard as the one that burnt down in the 1925 earthquake. An amazing building with a very Spanish influence - lots of tiling (exactly as we had seen in Portugal). We walked to the top of the tower for amazing views over the city.
Continued on ...
... 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 ...
... Castle which is a must-see.
The good news was that at higher altitude no fog, but the castle really is quite a let down other than the gardens which were beautiful. The castle is a glorified Butlins, a concrete shell clad in expensive items bought in from Europe. The general vandalism of old artifacts is quite stunning, 14th century baptistery doors cut down to size to fit ...
It has been a while, I guess being back on land living in a house we got sort of caught up in the domestic and social life of Shell Beach. We have been working on the house and spending time with our friends in California and just could not find the time to write.
Lee-Anne had a flying visit home to OZ and had a good time visiting everyone although it was very hectic and not without some problems.
We had ...
Well thanks To Kathy and Brad we have temporarily moved into Leeward, Kathy's mum's house.
This beautiful old house was left to Kathy after Helen Passed away. We all miss Helen so much.
We are now a typical American family with 2 cars and a beach House.
Can I Introduce you to "Dodge"
Dodge is a 95 ...