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Big Sur Attractions: What to do & Places to Visit in Big Sur
Located in Big Sur, this monastic retreat provides visitors with a chance to spend time in silence and solitude, seeking the...
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Located in Big Sur, this monastic retreat provides visitors with a chance to spend time in silence and solitude, seeking the inner life.
"Limekiln is a hidden gem, much lesser know and less traveled than either of the Pfieffers or Andrew Molera, but our personal favorite. It's probably because of this that it was so enjoyable. Several trails wind right next to the creek through the redwoods where you can enjoy the isolation. The limek..."ilns are a very interesting historical site which makes you wonder what this area looked like during it time as a "industrial" center. The waterfall here was also our favorite of the trip. There is also easy beach access to a small cove where we watched to sea otter play in the surf. The word is out, don't miss Limekiln!
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"McWay Falls is a beautiful unique sight. Also sometimes overlooked is the interesting history of the people who used to live on this site and also the landslide which radically changed the look of the falls. Parking can be a bear for the very popular sight (the lot was overfilled when we visited on ..."a spring weekday) but it's definitely worth the stop.
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