Hidden Hills Bed & Breakfast
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... experienced it first hand. What a delightful way to spend the evening. The sights and smells were terrific.
This being Friday we toured Paso Robles and the vineyards . We stopped at one of the top rated wineries called Ecluse. We sampled some good wines and enjoyed the view. In the City of Paso Robles were several ...
... because I was Australian or simply because people buying paper maps is now such a foreign concept. Today was the day when music and conversation, laughter even, were allowed back in the car. Whilst trying to find a station Tilda helpfully suggested triple J. When we told her that was Australian, she tried again with KOFM. Her brand loyalty is impressive. Heaven help her if she sees those shingles ads. We have noticed throughout our time in Southern California that there ...
I woke earlier than rest at 7.15 so headed out for stroll along pier and picked up a cinnamon roll from famous old west cinnamon rolls. Back to hotel to share with girls along with breakfast delivered to our room. Then head off on route 1 in overcast weather to Hearst castle. Taken up to castle via bus and take ground floor tour which is good. Quite some place even if a little confused architecturally. Lovely ...
... a grueling 93 mile course from Carmel to San Simeon along the Big Sur California coast. It was hot today, near 80 degrees and the ride had numerous climbs totaling over 6000 vertical feet of climbing.
Today was also one of the most rewarding and fun days I have ever had on a bike. It was also one of the longest days I've ever had on a bike. We rolled out of Carmel at ...
... were impressed by the food and service and by the novel way they kept the cold wind from the door being opened from chilling the patrons by a heavy curtain on a circular rod just inside the door. After a very satisfying dinner we wandered over to a Tavern we'd spotted earlier, Glen Park Station, where I fell in love with Christian The Graceful Bartender. He was extremely busy and flitted up and down the long bar with amazing speed ...