Wild Coyote Winery B&B
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... been paying since arriving in the USA compared to Australia. Even though the price here in California is still a lot cheaper than back home, it is about sixty to seventy cents per gallon more expensive than most other places we have been to. Must be all those taxes they have over here in the west.
We have been in touch with Glestelle and Tom, their decision to return to the East Coast to hurry up the repairs on their ...
Apparently cows don't need much sleep at night. After a sleepless night headed off to Hearst Castle. This place is amazing - puts the English castles to shame. Took 30 years to build and is full of antiques and art. Everywhere you look (including wall panelling, furniture, rugs and ...
We arrived at the Saltz residence at 9:00 a.m. to say goodbye to Larry before he went to the gym. Kathy followed us to Stein Mart to help return a pair of my shoes that was defective. After saying our goodbyes we returned to the Elks to retrieve our trailer.
It was a lovely drive to San Luis Obispo via U.S. 101, with a side trip through Santa Barbara. After setting up at the Elks we toured the Madonna ...
San Fran to LA West Coast road trip our Cadillac style! 14th to 15th July 2013 On our final morning in San Fran we left our hosts house and headed out towards the airport to pick up our Chrysler 200 silver convertible. (This was our Thelma and Louise part of the trip! It was no Cadillac but it was a convertible and it was awesome!) A few glitches with getting the roof down and we were away, well for three trips around the block while the GPS kept re-calculating ...
... Mapson). There isn’t much of anything there anymore. We decided to go visit the nearby Mission San Antonio dePua and are very glad we did. Mission San Antonio de Padua is a Spanish mission established by the Franciscan order in 1771. There is a lovely gift shoo and a very interesting museum telling not only of the mission but also about life in California in the 18th and 19th centuries. To get to the mission one must ...