Fess Parker's Wine Country Inn and Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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You may think this is a strange title but that was our day on Wednesday. Words and pictures cannot capture the sights we saw today. The day was sparkling as we crawled into our Silver Bullet to begin our journey south on Hwy 1 to Morro Bay. First stop was Carmel-by-the-Sea. Unbelievably fairytale-like! The tree lined streets, the beautiful cottage-like homes and the amazing beach made for an idyllic setting. At 9:30 AM, the beach and streets were busy with ...
We started the day slowly and calmly and I'm pleased to say it all went well. When I woke Tilda up this morning pretty much the first thing she said to me was, "What age do you get bunions?" Matilda discovered bunions fairly recently and knows it's a bit of a family female curse and it looks like all this walking has caused sore feet, which has her thinking. Evan rang Avis as soon as they opened at 8 to arrange our transfer to North Hollywood ...
We woke to a beautiful morning and set off to drive the Big Sur. Today was all about whales, seals and cyclists. About 8 miles from Carmel we saw a school of about 8 humpbacked whales. What a sight! There was more whale watching later on. We passed a Naval Facility at Point Sur. The coastline was very rugged and beautiful. Some flies around today which was a bit of a nuisance. .We could not stop at every viewpoint,there were so many. We have seen ...
The Mason Beach Inn is located in popular West Beach only 1 block back from the beach and was recommended to us from the tourist information centre. Was expensive for our budget at $160/night (compared to $160 in Anaheim for 3 nights). It is in an excellent location with free parking so we could leave the car safely and walk around the city centre, beach and wharf. ...
... at the edge of a cliff (to avoid the road traffic noise) and each of us moaning how uncomfy it was!
The next day we spent exploring the redwoods and running around being childish, climbing trees, jumping stuff, that old jazz! We ended up in Arcata, a small town in North California which seems to be the hub of the weed growing industry. Young travelers and 'gutter punks' head here for the trimming season which is about to begin so the town is full of people with ...