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Travel Blogs from Arroyo Grande
... as The Ohio State University beat Illinois 55-14. It was a relaxing and triumphant day. I slept like a rock until 7 am on Sunday.
A beautiful sunny sunday morning was on tap. Linda had pulled out the coffeemaker they bought Ann and I (Marc and Linda don't drink coffee). We had a great breakfast and checked out all of the improvements on the 7 acre compound. Ann and I enjoy watching ESPN RedZone, all because of staying with the ...
... we cut a sway through the crowd. We felt like we were in an episode of "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." Women discussed their latest Jimmy Choo additions while men laughed as they spoke about their latest business acquisitions. On reaching the pro shop I asked the young man behind the counter for the price of eighteen. "$495 are the green fees sir..." Needless to say we didn't play, still we ...
... The route is famous for the soaring views of the Pacific and the amazing wildlife and bridges since it was build in the early 1930s. We had a sunny day for it but it was a little hazy.
The road winds along and for us, going north to south on the right (we're on the sea-side), has great views of rock outcrops in a deep blue swell. The haze made it a little difficult to capture some of the views certainly added to the sense of scale.
... is little room for towns on this coastline. We stop for lunch in Big Sur, CA and enjoy some great sandwiches. The landscape here is much different than the coast that we are used to. It reminded us more of the coast of Spain on our honeymoon. Green crops seem like they are everywhere, artichokes by the miles in Castroville. It's 4 pm in Monterey and Mark wants to see Gilroy, CA. Sara agrees, but is not quite as interested. ...
... provided by George who sat in the office with his coffee [?]. He had apparently done quite well for himself selling his raisins to Post cereals, and here he was hanging out at our campground. I helped myself to a couple of bags - they were really good raisins !
Having taken the closest stretch of this route to Joe & Tina's n Westlake Village the night before, Elinor had pointed out a ...
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