Hidden Hills Bed & Breakfast

4490 South El Pomar, Templeton, California, 93465, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 4490 South El Pomar, Templeton, is near Wild Horse Winery & Vineyards.
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    A Day at the Beach or A Newspaper Magnates Folly

    A travel blog entry by barrowtours2014 on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... to be repeated Back along the beach to pick up the kids who appeared to have swapped our George for a new Yorkshire model-a potential improvement but I am not so sure. Just to be sociable we helped out and finished a bottle of whiskey whilst Janice 'reflexed' Daisy's feet and we listened to the horse racing- Derek and Clive style - Daisy with her fingers in her ears We hit the road again tomorrow heading south - getting ourselves a ...

    Mission: Road trip

    A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 31, 2014

    ... was seeing two guys light up a bong in a public parking area in broad daylight. Welcome to California! After that we swung over to The Regency to pay a visit to Nana. She was characteristically happy and delighted to have visitors. And then it was back to 699 Temple Hills Drive for pack up and roll out. We drifted along highway 1 to Santa Monica through the SoCal beach towns of Newport, Huntington, etc. Upon arriving in ...

    Day 25 The one that should have gotten away!

    A travel blog entry by drhammer on Mar 06, 2014

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    ... jump. I kept the rod tip down and pulled back as she neared the surface. She only got her head out just past her gills. I then knew two things. She was big and barely hooked. She had the hudd flying around and I could see that she was only hooked by one of the trebles and barely. I felt sure she would come off. So then the dilemma is whether to play her out and not risk her pulling off or pull her in fast and not risk her throwing it out. Since she was close ...

    Wasteful Willie's Estate...Hearst Castle

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 11, 2013

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    Early to rise on Mother’s Day the next morning, we were the first to use the shower facilities. The hot showers were welcome even at a cost of 25 cents!!!! Actually, it took 50 cents to complete my ablutions, but I could afford it. How do they even make money on this system after paying someone to collect the quarters, count them and account for them? Seems counter productive. Make it a buck even I say!

    We headed north toward San Simeon, with ...

    New Years Nappin' eve!

    A travel blog entry by il_chambero on Jan 07, 2013

    ... the yard."

    She came out and we took a few of the attached photos but that was before the owner's wife and daughter came down and asked us if we wanted to feed them.

    Turns out alpacas are totally chill. They a little like big skittish dogs that look like llamas. we spent the next 45 mins on a tour meeting the ones we had seen and also meeting the alpaca babies. Yes, alpaca babies are exactly ...