Fog's End Bed & Breakfast

2735 Main Street, Cambria, California, 93428, United States
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Stop off Santa Rosa to LA

by leesville

We are 2 adults + 11 / 7 yr old kids travelling by car from Sta Rosa north of S Francisco to LA. considered heading straight to Cambria and basing ourselves there for 3 nights (2nd week july) to relax / do Hearst / beaches / chill before proceeding to LA. Is this a realistic journey and would be we better to break the hwy journey in two places rather than one? any advice or specific places appreciated. we will likely hit cambria 8 july 3 nights and were looking at the best western in cambria. grateful for any advice. leesville

Re: Stop off Santa Rosa to LA

by southofla

You can only see Hearst Castle by tours and each tour is just about 2 hours. Depending on the tolerance of your kids 1 or 2 tours might be about the most they can handle so it is a half day at most. The Central Coast is very nice but you might want to think about spreading out your stays. With 3 nights you might be spending quite a bit of time at the hotel(but that may be what you are looking for).

One thing you might think about is changing to spend 2 nights in the Monterey area. Here you have the Aquarium, which is a day in itself. There is also 17 Mile Drive and a lot more to see in the area.

Then travel down PCH to Cambria for your 3rd night. If you leave early enough you can actually take the Hearst Castle Tours on that day. If not you can take them early next morning and then head to LA.

Also, instead of Monterey you can stop at places like Pismo Beach or Santa Barbara for a couple of nights.

Re: Stop off Santa Rosa to LA

by HarmoniousBotch

Santa Rosa to Cambria is about one day's travel, but to do it in one day misses a lot of things worth seeing. ( Pt Lobos, Monterey Aquarium, Cannery row, Carmel, 17-mile drive, Muir woods, elephant seals at various spots. And this is not counting all the things to see in SF itself. )

I'd stop for at least one night in Monterey, and do only one or two nights in Cambria.

Re: Stop off Santa Rosa to LA

by leesville

Many thanks for the advice. will have stayed in san fran for 2 nights prior to sta rosa. Any recommendations on places to stay around monterey or carmel that would be nice but don't break the bank would be appreciated.

Re: Stop off Santa Rosa to LA

by bevjerry

You might try Asilomar which is actually a California State Park. It's a beautiful tranquil spot in Pacific Grove, near Monterey. They have a special package that includes tickets to the Aquarium. Check them out at http://www.visitasilomar.com/packages.aspx

Bev

Travel Tips for Cambria

Let's be honest now

by shivan

At this point of my Cambrian story I owe people who followed me until now to be a bit honest, once in my lifetime.
This is another LANDMARK in Cambria.
A nice mexican restaurant, which I cannot obviously remember, where they served me what has remained the BEST BURGER in my USA trip.
I ate two of them

Cambria East (and North)

by atufft

"A Quaint Divided Town"

Cambria is an authentic, quaint, bohemian style town with strict rules about smoking and litter. From the south, the Highway 1 turn off curves inland to the east and then wraps around to the west a bit. This part of town is protected from the fog and wind by a high hill studded by pine and redwood trees on the west. The narrow parallel parking style downtown here is older than on the west side of town, and there are a number of restaurants, garden shops, antique stores, and other shops to browse. We ate lunch here on a sunny patio before heading to San Simeon and Hearst Castle. On the way back to Highway 1 North, we proceeded northwest over a slight hill with little in the way of commercial development, to the northside downtown, which is also quaint, though less protected from the sea breezes and fog. Cambria is a good place to stop for lunch, certainly much more interesting than San Simeon, the home of Hearst Castle tourism.

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