We did this trip last week. It is beautiful, but I wouldn’t start it until Santa Barbara. We were stuck in traffic out of LA for hours. What should have taken 2 hours took 5. I’ve done this trip a couple of times. The traffic was horrendous this time. In BIG Sur area there was a life taking accident. The turns are tight and the cliff drop is huge. Be careful and pay attention. It is beautiful….I’d start up north and head south for more coastal stops. We couldn’t make so many because there was no parking and more.
I was so excited to finally get here and to the graveyard of flavors past. I was so disappointed when I found out it was not accessible. Civil Rights for all? Y’all in my mind, Ben and Jerry’s forgot about those of us with mobility issues. Yes, you can buy stuff this year. There were no tours due to COVID for the time we were there. I have no idea if the tour is accessible.
It was a delightful stop. My family has always been about the jello salads growing up. Darling place and almost all of it is accessible. They had a lift to take me up and down to the transportation museum. That part was not lol accessible. I still like how they try more than many other places.
Couldn’t find it...moving on...NEXT!
Closed this year until a later date. I’ve always wanted to go here for 20 plus years. Covid will be over someday.I will be back.
So sad...the second floor is not wheelchair friendly. However best bathroom for a chai to get in and out of. The lady up front didn’t charge me because I couldn’t get upstairs.
Okay I’m a foodie and had to try so many different things. One thing I regret for not getting us blueberry ice cream with chocolate chips. Their lobster pie was fabulous and it is Wheelchair friendly! Make sure you take spice of blueberry pie home for breakfast.
ADA and wheelchair friendly which is difficult in this area. It was a mind blowing experience...but I bake. Their cappuccino was the bomb along with the rye brownie. I’ve been dreaming of getting there forever.
I was so excited to go there. We have an awesome Wing Joint in KC called The Peanut. I will keep getting my wings there. I was disappointed. ADA accessible was the bonus...
It was more than I thought it was going to be. The first stop we got off on one of the trails and my wheel chair worked on the trail. Tomorrow we will go back and explore more. It was getting dark as we hit Lincoln.