The Casitas of Arroyo Grande
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Located in the rolling hills outside the picturesque town of Arroyo Grande lies this gem. The term B&B does not do this place justice, I think of it as more of a small private home with comfortable self contained guest quarters arranged around a beautifully landscaped grounds.
The hosts are friendly but carefully maintain the professional distance needed to let visitors find their feet, relax and wander around the grounds. They offered sage advice about distances to local attractions and certainly helped us achieve the goals of visiting certain places without knocking ourselves senseless with a long drive that we had initially thought of doing.
The breakfasts were too delicious and plentiful, Tony and Pat know how to lavish you with the most comfortable bed and softest sheets you'll ever find.
It is hard to say goodbye, so do stay for longer than we did.
If I had to find fault at all, it is that hard-core coffee nuts from Australia would appreciate espresso coffee over filter, but that is basically a cultural difference.
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... roles and put on a vaudeville act with a theme about coffee and baristas. I wish that I could have filmed this act, as Suzi's Granddaughter, Dasha, is a barista and would have loved the parody.
After the show, Rob got a picture of Suzi and me with two of the actors from the show. The evening was a lot of fun, with plenty of laughter and a great time with family.
... downtown LA" as it was nearest area to my hotel and I only had the afternoon. My driver dropped me off near one of the stops for that loop. I saw a food court and headed in for lunch, it was a fairly small one but contained a vege Mexican style cafe & I had vegan taquitos and a vege juice - delicious. I strolled around. The block to head back to the bus stop but was distracted by a Macy's just had to go in & do a little shopping! Also got a post card for mum & dad & ...
... hotel window. Check! What do we need to see next? Queen Mary here we come.
Once the grandest ocean liner in the 1930's and a later a troopship in World War 2 (it was painted gray then back to its original glory afterward) the Queen Mary sits as a floating hotel with restaurants etc. in Long Beach harbor. Pretty impressive ship. ...
... the State of California accepted. I'm glad they did. It’s a treasure to behold, no matter what it took to build it.
On the way home we visited Morro Rock at Morro Bay, the final "hill" in the chain from SLO. We were taken with its size and instability. Huge slabs of rock rest precariously above a parking lot at the end of the road. Evidence of previous rock-falls litters the ground. We soon ...
... For dinner we went into town with Vicky and Dale from the Rental Association. That evening we hung out at the campfire with the group. It's Friday morning, July 19th and we are on our way home. Thousands of miles later and 60 stops, our trip has come to and end. It has been an amazing experience and the best part is that we are still speaking. Till the next trip! Happy ...