Cambria is a seaside village in midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco along Highway 1 and about 25 miles north of Morro Bay and a great little day trip to just relax. It is a lovely little town with interesting shops, several restaurants and a bunch of tourist related business. We arrived in time for lunch and stopped at Linn’s a landmark in the town as the place to get pie. Of course we had soup and salad for lunch and left for a walk around of the town. Several years ago, we were here with our friend Mickey Belt and had a lovely dinner at the Sow’s Ear.
Of course, Janeen found several shops to go in but only succumbed to a post card and some candies! We did try and tour the local museum, but it was closed for the season but had a lovely garden which made Janeen very happy. After walking around for a while, we went back to Linn’s for some Banana Cream Pie! Lovely stuff.
Once back to Morro Bay, we relaxed for a bit and then headed out for dinner with our hostess Clauda to Luna Red in SLO (San Luis Obispo) with a lovely bottle of 2005 burgundy from Joseph Drouhin – Gevrey-Chambertain. This paired surprisingly well with the Paella ordered to share with the three of us.
Wednesday was travel day but first we had breakfast at Dorn’s a great view of Morro Rock. After repacking the car we headed out to visit with my sister, Georgia, in Cupertino.