Wagon Wheel Motel
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... We stopped in Los Robles and will continue on to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara.
Kallen was so excited to have PIZZA for lunch! We got to see the Chevron Oil Plant with lots of oil wells. We took a lot of pictures from our roomettes. We also learned that on our way to Salinas, we passed the Morton Salt Company where Kallen saw a GIANT pile of ...
... The Golden Gate Bridge spans the 'Golden Gate', a mile wide channel where the Pacific meets the Bay Area (Americans are good at giving simple names to almost everything). It was first sailed through by those sneaky Spanish in 1776, who surprised the native Indians and establishment a settlement named after Saint Francis of Assisi. The gold rush of 1849 meant the Bay Area had swelled to a population of over 10 million by 1910, and within this number the feeling ...
... s not basically forced on you REALLY cringily. Which is what this place was... In abundance! First thing through the door, and the receptionist was just embarrassing saying how they have hippy tours to Muir Woods, where you can get smashed and have shots and it would be totally crazy and some people got naked once, in a massively exaggerated and overhyped false way. Muir Woods is essentially just a small National Park, where the rangers would just chuck you out instantly for any ...
... us into Big Sur with its majestic trees and spectacular scenery.
We continue north to Carmel, where we find a $27 campsite. After lounging around a while, we tour "17 mile drive", which takes you around the Monterey Peninsula and provides views of the exclusive golf courses there like famous Pebble Beach, Poppy Hills, et al.
Finally we hop in a Safeway and buy some food, then eat dinner sitting in the car.
Hi all, Sorry for not getting to complete an entry yesterday (Saturday) but will fill you in now. Went up town yesterday to browse the shops and take in the atmosphere. The weather was about 22 degrees and sunny. We were tired after the morning so decided to chill back at the hotel for a while. We booked a really nice restaurant called the Cliff House which is overlooking the crashing waves of the Pacific oceon. On our arrival the infamous ...
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