Pleasant Inn Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... California through part of Big Sur national park. It's only 123 miles and really shouldn't take any longer than a few hours. in the end it took us around 7 hours as we were stopping every five minutes. It's becoming an overused word in this diary but this road is spectacular. There is simply no other word for it. It was perfect weather for the roof to be down on the mustang and it was like driving along in a warm jacuzzi.
One of the places we stopped along PCH ...
So it's official, we have finally made it to the west coast. Just over 10,000km travelled since we crossed the border in New York and 19 states visited. Not a bad effort I have to say. It feels pretty amazing to be back on the coast and it feels even better to have survived the desert. I don't think I've seen green grass since Missouri. The all acclaimed Californian Coast had a lot to live up to and coming from Coastal Queensland we had pretty high expectations for ...
... vowing to buy Eva a set of mini clubs when we got back to the UK (she showed exceptional promise on the putting -a future Vincent Cullen Golf Day contender).
Whilst at Pismo we also checked out the nearby town of San Louis Obispo. It's inland but a really cool vibe to it - lots of breakfast bars and rooftop bars to explore. We checked out its two most famous tourist spots: Bubblegum Alley and The Madonna Inn - only in America folks! Bubblegum Alley started in the ...
... who ever lived here.
So who is Julia Pfeiffer Burns?
Julia Pfeiffer was an infant when her parents moved to the Sycamore Canyon in 1869 – she spent her whole life in the Big Sur area. Helen Hooper Brown became an orphan at 15 and inherited 10 Million, she married a former congressman and they bought land at the Saddle Rock and built a house overlooking the ...
... we rented a couple of carts and the girls drove along for the ride as Michael and I tangled with the course. Fortunately, the course is not very long, and you really don't care what your score is because the place is just so damn beautiful (although for the record, I did birdie one of the holes!) Just another day in Morro Bay ...