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

    Day 36 - Cheese plates & Whale watching

    A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Sep 27, 2015

    31 photos

    ... to Nick and Melissa's they taught us how to play Eucher - a real Indiana card game which turns out had roots in Germany and other parts of Europe i think...even says that it's still big in Cornwall and Devon! Anyway, we managed to get our heads around what seemed like strange rules and ended up loving it....even if we aren't too good at it yet...lots of tactics involved. We all had pizza then went to see the lunar eclipse but it was way too cloudy ...

    Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by glesme on May 23, 2015

    21 photos

    ... The nicest stop off was the walk down to McWay falls. This waterfall drops onto the beautiful beach in a cute cove. We also saw some large Vultures here. Headed on and across Bixby Bridge and finally stopping in Monterey. Arriving late finding a motel was a little difficult and expensive, so we ended up a few miles outside in Marina. A lovely day, and a drive that lives up to its ...

    Last day of summer selfies

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Aug 31, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... if he thinks the view-finder is going to capture him for posterity?

    We have been given the tip from our American friends to stop off before we get to Cambria and check out the elephant seals up on the beach (thanks Ron), which we do and are hugely impressed. Hundreds of them up on the beach and some very big males who have clearly had hard lives (judging by the number of scars they sport). Apparently this colony numbers up to 15,000, which is brilliant considering they ...

    What a day

    A travel blog entry by juanmiguel on Jul 27, 2014

    ... a bit worried that I would be all alone in the woods. I had no idea what was in store for me when I got there. But I had faith that this journey would take me to something really cool. As soon as I took off the fog started rolling in. It was staring to get cold and dark and soon my wind screen was full of water. I soon passed Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. That is where John had told me I would find McWay falls. It was because of these falls that I made the trek this far ...

    Road Trip to LA

    A travel blog entry by janeandsam on Oct 19, 2013

    17 photos

    ... stopped on a beach, sat on a giant rock and watched the sunset , then made our own fire, cooked sausages and pasta over our little stove, drank lots of beer and slept in a tent on the roof of the camper ha ha it was funny!

    We continued our journey to LA, down highway 1, driving through Big Sur, stopping at various viewing points and different beaches and we hit Santa Barbara and that's where we stayed the ...