Gorda Springs Resort
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Not really still at Big Sur we're at Gorda but this place is so small, it's just a shop & motel, that it doesn't show on any GPS. Didn't sleep too well as River Inn was on highway one, and although only a few cars going through it was enough to disturb the sleep. I had a couple of pancakes which I couldn't really eat as I still had that 'dry …
... and it's another tick on the list.
The entire coastal road was nothing short of spectacular and we finished off the drive with a short break on Sand Dollar Beach.
We didn’t have any accommodation booked so we went on the hunt for somewhere to stay. All the rooms on booking.com were coming up so expensive so we stopped in the town of San Simeon but the cheapest was $179! We then pulled off at the next town ...
... lying on the pontoons sunning themselves. We have been advised (thanks again Ron!) to go out to the "Rock" and check out the otters. We do as advised and see a group of them, not sure what a group of otters is called? They aren't doing much when we are watching them though, just laying back and relaxing. Must be siesta time!
From here we travel to Pismo Beach where we have been told that even though we will have to line up, the ...
... stopped at Moonstone Beach as it had a perfect lookout over the beach and rocks to the sea, and by sheer luck we saw whales swimming in the distance! Felt very privileged to see them, and no sooner had they graced us with their presence than they were gone again. Too quick even to sneak a photograph! We sat at the lookout for a while, in the lovely warm sunshine sat on a large tree trunk, watching the sea and looking down to the beach. Finally we drove the last mile or so to our ...
... the Castle soon after he became successful in the mining business. At about the same time, he married a nineteen year old school teacher Phoebe Apperson Hearst. William was the only child of George and Phoebe and had a very privileged childhood. William spent 18 months in Europe with his mother visiting all the culturally significant areas. This experience contributed to ...