Rockview Inn and Suites - Morro Bay
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Der stod nyrenoverede værelser,- måske er her nymalet og måske er der lagt nyt gulv, men hvorfor ikke lige spartle ud, inden man maler og tætne døren?
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Vi vågnede sent (9.30) men ingen vidste egentlig om vi skulle videre eller blive. Vi valgte at blive og Else, Ebbe og Martin tog bilen ud til "flødebollen". Vi andre gik ned på havnen og tog turen rundt på gåben ud til selvsamme flødebolle som var en fed oplevelse.
Utallige egern indvaderede området ude og langs med "The Rock" Odderne lå …
Mariposa - Morro Bay - 400 km. i knap så meget varme og rimelig køligt, da vi nåede Stillehavet.
Vi kørte fra Mariposa via Oakhurst, Madera og Coalinga til Morra Bay - igen en flot tur, denne gang hovedsageligt med plantager med uanede mange drue,- fersken,- nektarin (you-name-it) træer næsten hele vejen til Coalinga, hvor naturen skiftede …
... European architectural styles and inside is a museum with all of Hearst's private art collection. Our guide said that the castle cost $6 million to build back in the 20s and the art collection at the time was estimated at $3 million. Adjusting for inflation through to today makes for some pretty eye-watering figures! There were also two stunning swimming pools, and although one was empty due to the drought in California, it was easy ...
... the Church of Santa María la Mayor, in Ronda, Spain, which served as inspiration for the Hearst Castle towers.
Hearst Castle featured 56 bedrooms, 61 bathrooms, 19 sitting rooms, 127 acres (0.5 km2) of gardens, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, a movie theater, an airfield, and the world's largest private zoo. Zebras and other exotic ...
... all Americans were good singers. As it happened, we stayed for a couple more and found out that some Americans are completely tone deaf. They were what my Dad would call "tear gas".
We are now back at the Beach Bungalows enjoying a beer and writing this diary on our last night in America. We're off to Los Angeles tomorrow for our flight to Fiji. I hope a miracle happens overnight and my hair grows back in time as I no longer resemble the picture in my passport.