Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Photos: The Journey Along The Pacific Coast Highway - Part 2

In the previous post, I showed you photos of our journey and little adventure along the Pacific Coast Highway from Northern California heading southward to Los Angeles. But we stopped for the night at a place called Ragged Point Inn, a little before Cambria town. Our initial plan was to stop at San Luis Obispo but somehow we made too many stops after we left Monterey for photos, and to take in the view of the Pacific, that it was dark before we could reach, even Cambria.
(Please Google up these towns, it's hard for me to explain their locations ;) ).

Again, I'll let the photos 'speak'.......


Room at Ragged Point Inn


Princess enjoying the yummy and juicy big white peach.
She had to use both hands to hold the peach! Haha!





The views of the Pacific Ocean



Ragged Point Inn, against the hills, on the inland


The garden around Ragged Point Inn


Princess having a fun time


Me at Ragged Point Inn, with the Pacific Ocean behind me





Princess and Mommy enjoying a quiet moment..........


And we continued on our journey back to Los Angeles..... :)




6 comments:

slowbrogal said...

OMG!! The scenery is awesome!!! So nice~~ I like the last picture. Very heartwarming..

gio said...

The photos are beautiful, thanks for sharing. Looks like you all had a wonderful time.

Mike Gerrard said...

Great to see these photos and be reminded of PCH, as it's so bad there right now. Anyone who's not done the trip should definitely make it.
Mike Gerrard
http://www.Pacific-Coast-Highway-Travel.com

Vonvon said...

It's really breathtaking, Cynthia!

Thanks, glad that you like the photo. :)

Vonvon said...

You are most welcome, gio! Thanks, we had a good time. :)

Vonvon said...

Hi Mike,

Thanks for visiting my blog.

I agree with you, it's really a once in a lifetime experience. It's so beautiful. But I suppose in winter time, the roads can be pretty bad.

By the way, my husband and I read your website on Greece a few years back when we were researching for our Greek honeymoon.