Cayucos Sunset Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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What fun to have Pam and Scott Nowak and their daughter, Megan, road trip with us, from Menifee to Santa Barbara! It sure made the trip go fast! And, once we got set up ans settled in, Pam and Scott came to Pismo to visit us, showed us a great place eat (Pam and I ateour first "real food" in 5-6 days, as we had both been suffering from a stomach flu of some kind). After that, they took us to a park on the coast that became ...
... funniest part was when a woman from another table got up and was walking around the restaurant inspecting what everyone was having. I guess she was trying to decide what to order but she was doing it in such an intrusive way. Once she sat back down, Jonathan got up and started walking around her table, obviously mocking her. I was laughing so hard, I was in tears. We couldn't get out of there fast ...
Taking off for LAX in a few hours. From there we'll fly to Atlanta to begin a 10 day road trip that will include stops in Georgia, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Alabama and South Carolina, including nearly 700 miles on Highway 127, site of The World's Longest Yard Sale. Estimated total miles to be driven = 2,500.
For reading material, I'm bringing along a journal that I found at an estate sale a few months back. ...
... up in bed....unfortunetly my bed tonight is a sofa bed with about two springs left in it.....the matress squeeks as I turn over and it bends not only at the top and bottom but in the middle. Basically if I dont wake up with a trapped nerve ill be lucky and If I dont need a wheelchair it will be a miricle!
Suppose you cant have luxurious beds every night eh?? hope Natalie and Arno are having a wonderful sleep next door!
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Thanks again to our Roadside America App we found out that San Luis Obispo has the "first motel in the world" and we just had to check that out. Check out this excerpt from the wiki entry for this place:
The emergence and popularization of the automobile in the United States of the early 20th century inspired many car owners beyond commuting into town. The poor roads of the ...