Ventana Inn & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Ventana in the early morning.
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... 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 ...
... history if you care to Google. Anyway, he apparently invited all kinds of people, celebrities and interesting people alike to come and stay for varying periods at his ranch. As you will see from the photos, it could *************sidered a "ranch". Even though it was far from the madding crowds, it is an amazing home, short-changing on nothing. He imported whole ceilings from Spanish castles, dating back to the 13th century and the ...
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... world famous Pebble Beach Golf Course just round the headland (the latter is more my idea of fun, rather than 'our', I admit). Looking back at our time in San Francisco, our first impressions of the place - as a dark, wet, drug fuelled mental asylum - couldn't have been more wide of the mark. Sure, we had to veer round bin rummaging scamps on most streets, and we even came to recognise certain characters from multiple sightings across the city, but the ...
... fire, but overcame all of those, and just chatted, including a lengthy discussion about armpit hair, along with some music (camping lifesaver) for most of the night. In the morning, packed up early again to make sure no one caught us wild camping and made the trip back to SF. This time I was definitely not going back to the Gay Goliath's although I did have to go and pick up my wallet and hoody at some point. With not having Internet connection for the days we were away, I ...