Garden Street Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Street Inn San Luis Obispo
Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
The next day Thomas was hungover again, and after giving his furniture to Ben's parents to take home we decided to go for a beach trip as a cure. It was a pretty cool beach and the walk from the road was lined with invasive Eucalyptus trees, clearly a consequence of a lack of koalas.
The time at the beach led into an afternoon of drinking which became a pretty wild night out. On the walk back the guys happened across some long ...
... so many times. Its like they got board of building straight roads and put a bend every 100meters to make up for the endless straight roads through out the country. Having a Harley chasing you around the corners made me push a lot more than I would of normally especially in car that handles like a boat. Going up and down the mountain roads from below sea level to above sea level left my ...
... are growing up so quickly (really reminds me how long I've been away), and it was great to see them doing so well.
Speaking of being away for so long, I met up with some of my high school football coaches (in the midst of some hard-core preseason strategizing), shut down a bar with our all-conference center, Tony Allen, and painted the town green on St Patty's day with my fellow tackle, ...
... church. However, if you go through the gift shop, there is a good size museum you can walk through for free. Make a donation if you are inclined to do so.
The most interesting thing in the collection was a black wedding dress. Apparently, Spanish tradition held that if a widow remarried, she must wear a black wedding dress. I had never heard of such a thing and thought it was quite interesting.
... some surfers, and lots of people with dogs. It was quite a steep bank/dune to get down (and walking up was pretty taxing). The sand was cool, the water even cooler, but it was very peaceful. After about 20 min we decided to head back up and check out some of the shops. One shop we went in - if I had jumbo luggage I could have bought so much, as it was I picked up these metal birds for the wall that are made from old oil drums in ...