Heritage Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our apartment packed away into our closet, all loose ends tied up and bags packed, and off we go! Last night Laura's mom grabbed us on her way home to Palo Alto, and we set out this morning bright eyed and bushy tailed. I'll post some tidbits like our itinerary soon but for starters I just wanted to get this travelogue up and ...
... cold and sleep deprivation were taking there toll and bordering on having micro sleeps we were glad to hit San Luis Obispo.
It had been a big day but we still found the energy to walk to a Denny's for a meal. The walk was about 5 to 6 Ks round trip, and absolutely freezing. Finally bed at about 11.00, after some 34 hours, but a great day and everyone was felling pretty good about the daily distance's ...
What may be considered stylish today may be considered as passe or dated tomorrow. Some styles for example ranch house plans come and go in current architectural fashion, so what is considered stylish at once can come for being known as tacky then as quaint or perhaps in revival. Therefore, when your house is extremely an expression of whom you are and ways in which you're seen by the community, you should look at carefully ...
... catch the train to Monterey. Train was due to leave at 3.30 and it was recommended to get there nice and early to check in luggage etc. We were in good time and Marlene hugged me goodbye - what a lovely woman. They said the train was about 20 minutes late. I took a quick stroll around nearby streets and found a cafe there with a vegan apple and cinnamon muffin - yum! There was a lit sign with information about the trains and every time we looked ...
... that i'd seen thus far because they looked out onto the ocean and heard the waves crash in the background of their conversation. In going to explore more of the rock and leaving their food out, I could just hear as a swarm of seagulls came rushing in all calling out "mine, Mine, MINE!!) We got to talking and began to spend the rest of the day getting to know one another. We explored more beaches around the area, I took them to Morro Bay Rock where we ate fish and chips together, and ...