House of Another Tyme

227 Le Point St, Arroyo Grande, California, 93420, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Arroyo Grande

Day 20 - Driving the Pacific Coast Highway

A travel blog entry by ozheares on Apr 16, 2014

1 comment, 52 photos

... was quick to mention that there are a number of historic reinforced concrete arch bridges. These span these deep creek gullies taking the road across spans of almost 100 m. The road also travels up through a State Park with some quant camping and cabins and lots of coffee opportunities.

On one of the many stops to take in the views there were a couple of dolphins and perhaps a couple of hump-backs. There was a bit of "it’s a ...

Exploring Pismo Beach

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Dec 28, 2013

9 photos

... delicious. Very busy restaurant with locals and tourists alike. Nap Time! Pete and I have had a bonfire every night with wine of course. The fire pit was made from the tub of a washing machine. We couldn't figure it out but all the California's know. Interesting and effective. Watch out your washing machine may be missing its ...

Day 29 - Big Sir

A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 14, 2013

1 comment, 27 photos

... is bumper to bumper for miles and the clutch is screaming for relief. Forty minutes north on route 101, we hit Gilroy (the garlic capitol of the world). Gilroy is where the Spirit and Scout were built. Indian of Gilroy, while it has an active website, is no longer in existence. Oh we'll, I guess we should have called. It's hot! Gilroy is a very pretty city. We settle into an overpriced Motel 6. Not sure the lights are really ...

Lifestyle of the rich and famous

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 27, 2012

26 photos

Midday temp. 31C

We woke this morning to mid 20 temperatures and by 11am it was 29C. We left for Hearst Castle about 30 miles away. When we arrived we watched a movie about the castle, its namesake William Randolph Hearst, and his family. After the movie we boarded a bus for the 10 min. trip up the side of the mountain where the castle was built. Hearst started building the castle in 1919 at the age of 50 and after 28 years it still wasn't finished. After WWI many ...

Groundhog Day

A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on May 06, 2012

5 photos

... fallen asleep quite easily, Graham tells me as we are settling into our room last night. Which is why he drives and i catch micro sleeps on the way up the coast. We pulled off the highway to appreciate the view and say the spume of migrating humpback whales- a pair just 50 meters off the shoreline. Continue past many strawberry farms working up to the launch of the Strawberry Fair in a week's ...

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