Wild Coyote Winery B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on this course as it is 495.00 for a round and you have to stay in The Lodge to get the best tee times. Another factor that would rule us out is that there are no carts- just caddies. We ambled through the decadent shops and restaurants and Doug got a new golf hat and I got a golf ball with Pebble Beach on it. It will never be hit! Continuing on we passed by the Par 3 course, and on to Spanish Bay Golf Course that hugs the rocky shore. We passed by many beautiful ...
... the friggin sandwich! I say something to the waitress who immediately removes it from our bill. Donna who is so MODEST AND QUIET (being REALLY sarcastic here) Has the BALLS to say to me and i quote "Do you always have to mention the hair?" NOOOOO Donna i love having pubic hair in my meals!! :P
Got up early and rented a Jeep compass................cute suv/crossover. Go back to the hotel, retrieve bags, use the ...
... starting at Vinton in the north. It is the original route of the “49ers”, the flood of aspiring gold miners surging into California after gold was discovered in 1848. Many of the towns along the road trace their history back to the Gold Rush. Many have well presented community museums, notable historic buildings, great stories from a turbulent time and enthusiastic volunteers to bring it all to life. Although there are some ...
... on an old western cowboys movie set. Talk about the Wild West of California! We were in it! I quickly ducked into the corner store, where I was confronted with Spanish music blaring out onto the street, a man cooking meats on a cart on the street corner and a kid riding up the street with an esky selling Snow cones, there wasn’t a sole around! It was bizarr, not only that there was hardly an English item in the store! We most certainly had driven back in ...
After goodbye's to Karen and a cup of coffee at Elinor's [because Mary had left stuff in her car the night before] we departed Santa Monica and made our way up the Central Coast to Morro Bay, where we camped for the night about a block from the beach. Our camp host was an ex- hipipie/ ex-Golds Gym manager [ incongruous? ] who loved to read historical novels and offered free raisins to RV ers, (Random?) ...