BEST WESTERN Seacliff Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It's a grey, overcast day today. It started out promising and then got overcast and a bit muggy. I hope there is no thunder and lightening tonight...we are booked to eat on the patio so it might prove interesting! If that happens, I'll be under the table and I'm not sure if they'll bring me my dinner there! It's the last night at this hotel and tomorrow we move to our new place. The town is crammed to overflowing. Thankfully I know the shortcuts ...
... Yawning, I untie the knot that I have been repeating and put the diminutive rope and flip-card back in my pocket, and, without opening my eyes, drift off to sleep... Several hours later, I am on a third story patio, listening to warm waves lapping on the shore of a soft, coral sand beach. My life is busier than it was before I retired from teaching five years ago. I am on 4 different environmental committees, am in ...
... it. Also saw a sunfish, which was an odd looking thing, but never seen that either so another tick off the list.
On the way back to the hostel we found a very conveniently located vegan Mexican restaurant on the corner so thought we would grab a bite to eat. It was nice but definitely had better!
As it was a gorgeous, clear, sunny day we wanted to drive around the coast to watch the sunset from one of the many beach bays or rocky lookout points available. ...
... but quote the coming-of-age novel, Perks of Being a Wallflower, "...and in that moment, I swear we were infinite". Simply breathtaking.
As it was getting dark and about to rain, we turned back around halfway through our drive. With absolutely no connection out there, we didn't want to risk getting lost at night. Goodness knows what we missed for the rest of the 17-Mile Drive. We stopped at Cannery Row on the way back to ...
... the coast we saw a sign for the Elephant Seal viewpoint so pulled over to join many people there to see this wonderful sight! Hundreds of oversized Elephant Seals basking in the sun and keeping cool by throwing sand over themselves. We have never seen anything quite like it. Back on the road again stopping only a couple of times to take pictures of the spectacular views and refuel at 'Big Sur'! Sacked the idea of '17 miles drive' and we were running short of time! ...