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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of elephant seals lying about. These things are HUGE! Much bigger than the typical harbor seals we are used to seeing. We took a bunch of pictures before we got back on the bike for the last 5 miles to the Hearst Castle. We left Seaside at 8:30 in the morning, and we didn't make it to the Hearst Castle until 1:30. Five hours to go 100 miles! You can tell we were dawdling at the overlooks.
I'd heard of ...
... would be a booming little town.
We checked out and made our way to Monterey and Pebble Beach Golf Course. Gav had recently found out that there is to be a tournament starting Thursday so there is a likelihood of some actual known players there practising for it. We drove along 17 Mile Road to the course. This drive was an eye opener in itself. The beach views were fantastic and the houses along this road were ...
... NEVER NEVER drink when you're tired. It hits you ten times as fast and ten times as hard. He chatted, I drank. Bad combo for the next morning.......
Nope, gotta learn the lesson again. Nothing worse than trying to figure out where everything goes with a hangover especially when you haven't done it but once before.....fun, fun morning was had by all. I swear the coast is colder in August than ...
... Padres National Forrest to Los Olivos, the wine centre of the Santa Ynez area. All the local wineries had tasting rooms in the town,and other eclectic shops and galleries abounded. We also tried to visit the miniature horses at Quicksilver Ranch but they had closed at three p.m - too bad for them,this missed out on our company. Back onto highway 101 to Pismo Beach which will be our base for the next two days. A balmy evening as we headed to the beach for a walk ...
... vans that had dirt buggies parked by them. The vans had been bordered up around the beachside face which we didn't understand, until we opened the car door. You could run a sand blasting company on that beach without needing any equipment. The winds were horrendous and whipped the beach sand into a frenzy. We battled on for five minutes before conceding defeat and returning to town for a night in a $55 hotel ...