Gorda Springs Resort

Address: Highway 1, Big Sur, California, United States | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Highway 1, Big Sur.
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      Travel Blogs from Big Sur

      Moonshine rendezvous

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Nov 16, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... up with potable water. The Lime Kiln area is purported to be excellent for spotting sea otters but we were out of luck - the lack of light probably didn't help. No water on the campgrounds but a beautiful setting right by the sea to make up for it. Friendly campers as well. Most of the sites have involved self-registration, which means popping your money into an envelope before posting it in the box. Without the exact ...

      The Beauty of Big Sur

      A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 25, 2014

      19 photos

      ... moldy muffin and soggy danish! Yum! So it was back to the trusty peanut butter jam sandwiches, which we always have to hand!

      We left pretty early this morning to get to Pismo Beach for the day, on the way to Santa Barbara. We watched the surf for a while and looked around all the tacky souvenir shops before getting comfy on the white sandy beach. The weather is getting hotter and hotter as we go south so we got a good couple of hours ...

      San Simeon Bay AKA Hearst Castle

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Sep 20, 2013

      7 photos

      ... have been a delightful downwind sail. Unfortunately once again there wasn't enough wind to sail and not get thrashed about. We unfurled the sails in a valiant attempt but those big waves were too much. Imagine being inside a washing machine. That's what it's like onboard in those conditions but without the water, soap or conditioner of course.

      On the last bit of the journey down we could ...

      Walking Among Giants

      A travel blog entry by angelslame on Jul 10, 2013

      14 photos

      ... fires to one of prescribed fires and how fire is now welcomed as a ranger's tool in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Our sometimes frighteningly-close-to-the-edge-of-the- road ride took us to where we could see a tree close up (even climb inside a hollow one), view triplets (three trees growing up as one), Tunnel Log (where cars drive through) and meet General Sherman )the largest tree in the park by mass). We also stopped by Moro ...

      Big Sur, California

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 17, 2010

      ... canyons. Truck-trailer combinations, RV's and motorhomes are banned – too narrow, too steep and if you met another big rig on a curve, you'd probably not get by one another. BUT there are lots of roadside turnouts and scenic vista areas

      Pebble Beach is on the Monterey Peninsula so we took the 17 mile drive (along the dotted red center line) through the Del Monte Forest of Cyprus trees and marveled at California’s best ...