Travel Blogs from Cambria
Enjoyed the drive to Cambria although it didn't hug the coast as much as it appeared to on the map I originally looked at. The weather in Southern California has been gorgeous - clear blue skies all the way. We stopped to have a quick look at Mission San Luis Obispo on the way and had a coffee at Starbucks to use their free wifi. Then we got to …
... There are some 22,000 pieces of art collected by William Randolph Hearst. These pieces range from tapestries, silver, mantelpieces, ceilings, chorister seating, and other furnishings. Many pieces date from the 17th century and are mostly Spanish, Italian and French in origin, although the Greek pottery and the Egyptian statues are dated much earlier. There were also some wonderful pieces of Irish and English silver. It was ...
... la construction de ce paradis sur terre !
Nous y faisons une balade admirant l'immensité de l'océan et tout petit sur la montagne ce fabuleux palais ! Toutes ses riches vedettes passant sur ce ponton n'ont pas pu être plus heureux que nous modestement assis sur notre banc en baignant dans le bonheur !
Sur le chemin du retour à ...
... expensive in the entire complex costing over $400k in early 1930's. Too many detail to go through here but will no doubt fill you in when we get back.
Anybody visiting the west coast and you are driving up or down between LA and San Fran it is well worth a look at.
As we spent a little less time out than we anticipated due to the weather and it only getting worse we came back for a soak in the hot tub. ...
... looking for! Although Mr Fletche and I were slightly perturbed by the staff sweeping up and turning off lights all around us… We get the hint! BBQ Beef Ribs, ½ Chicken, Ranch Beans, Garlic Bread and a soda each…$22.
We leave sleepy downtown Cambria behind and head back to Sea Otter Inn at 8:45pm. Time for a couple of beers and a spot of channel-hopping before bed!
How has this ranch rated in the past?
Awesome location, accommodation and breakfast - highly recommend.
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