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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chicken started picking on her. So she got her own box. Poor little Silky is quite skinny. I'm sure with the good care of Merritt and Courtney it will make it. Then Courtney found the first 2 eggs that these chickens were laying. What a day! I enjoyed the nice weather in a Santa Ynez and came down to SB after lunch only. I joined Jenny and her kids to the library to ...
... hundreds of cars to find the lucky one with our name on it.
That is all we got in the way of familiarization ...Peter had never driven anything like it and it was very foreign....and the steering wheel was on the wrong side.
Driving out of the car park went OK. The GPS was talking to us and we were trying to sort out what it was saying...while driving up the wrong side of street....wrong for LA that is ..
With some sadness we drove away from Laguna Beach mid-morning towards Santa Barbara. Freeway through LA was uneventful, but the boys wanted to see some surfers so we turned left to Santa Monica and then picked up Highway 1 up to Malibu. Terrible traffic, perhaps the surfers heading to the beach, and parking was so much in demand long the road we ended up just viewing a bit of surfing from the car en route. After lunch ...
... poured us our whites first. One of the first whites on the list was a Viognier. This grape came to California in the 1980's, and now the vines have reached a wonderful maturity across the Central Coast. Several wineries had a Viognier to share in their tasting room. Bridlewood speciality, however, is Syrah. They promised one Syrah with the essance of blueberry, another with pomegranate, and those tastes were definitely there. I was impressed, these were unlike ...
... ve preferred to stay here instead of Morro Bay as it seemed very 'happening', with a lot of young people around due the university close by (we even drove past some frat houses!). Apparently it was graduation weekend too, so the previous night would've been huge. On the plus side, we certainly saved ourselves some cash and a couple of sore heads. We drove on, stopping at Spyglass Park for a picnic lunch, followed by the beautiful Pismo State Beach. We spent some time soaking ...