Ann and George's Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1965 Niderer Road, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1965 Niderer Road, Paso Robles, is near Opolo Vineyards, Castoro Cellars, Adelaida Cellars, and Lone Madrone.
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      Travel Blogs from Paso Robles

      There and back again.. A hobbits tale

      A travel blog entry by rich_s on Sep 14, 2014

      ... and Louis hosted in the marina. Needless to say the Chinese representative was clearly the best but we did Britain proud by smashing the ball as hard as we could straight at him which meant we won one or two points. The kiwi bus was a bit of a blur but I will set the scene and narrate the journey as far as the South Island "spoiler alert!!" Where I completed the rubix cube for the first time! The journey began in the bay of islands where we first met Andy ...

      I always thought quick sand would b a bigger issue

      A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... night kayaking. As the most sober, Ben was driving the kayaks down the private road with everyone holding on to any surface available to hitch a lift. with most of the party in the one car we all had a clear view of what happened next; the headlights came up on John (the one with the crazy hair) naked in the middle of the road with one of the teenage girls who was also completely naked, in a full 'embrace'. Obviously we completely interrupted them and ...

      Thirst for Hearst

      A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Oct 09, 2013

      8 photos

      ... the billiard room and the dining hall were magnificent rooms - and far more tasteful than I imagined. Some of the sculpture was wonderful and sat with the modern furnishings so well. I would have loved to have been a guest here! We also were amazed by the indoor Roman bath, which is still used. We wandered around the gardens, admired more of the artefacts and flowers before catching the bus back. I ate a Hearst burger, from their ranch, ...

      Bitter Sweet Symphony

      A travel blog entry by bobbette on Jul 14, 2013

      12 photos

      ... having fun people watching. Driving down the main strip of Santa Barbara was quite surreal! There really are Baywatch towers on the beach, palm trees lining the road and market stalls in the park. Not to mention almost every car parked on the side of the road is a convertible! We parked up at the pier and went to the local “must do” fish and chip bar on the harbor! We again had to wait downstairs in the bar for a table upstairs to become available. It ...

      Wasteful Willie's Estate...Hearst Castle

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 11, 2013

      10 photos

      ... fog of the California coast. The two huge pools, the screening room (he owned his own movie studio), great room, dining room were all filled to overflowing with antiquities, artwork and finishes designed by his female architect. The two of them spent 28 years working on the place and it was never finished, finally given to the State of California in the fifties by the Hearst Corporation. The corporation still owns the ranch and the Hearst heirs still ...