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Eventually, the tour will take you outside to see the two famous pools: the Roman Pool and the Neptune Pool. The Roman Pool is an indoor pool surrounded by gold and rich blue tiling and includes an indoor diving platform. On its roof sit the tennis courts, and they are the only courts I've ever seen with intermittent glass blocks in the flooring (these serve as skylights for the pool). I'm betting those might get a little slippery in the rain...?
... and a real thrill seeking adventure! Secondly alarm bells should have been ringing by the fact that the trip before us had been cancelled coz there was too much water aka too rough. So when our Lewis nearly fell out of the boat I shouldn't have been surprised. Lewis's top half was out the boat luckily I pulled him in by his leg (they don't call me captain America in australia for nothing!) to his safety. After the rafting we found out that ...
We rented a kayak and kayaked across Morro Bay. We fought the wind on the way over to the far shore, but it was worth the fight! Upon landing, we walked the dunes and crossed the isthmus to the ocean. Here we found a million sand dollars (too bad that they don't spend), crabs by the pound, sea weed by the bushel and sea birds by the flock. Maria Elena exercised, Bradlito played and I found my center while watching the waves. A very cool ...
... I had finally settled into vacation mode, and I didn't feel like cramming Hearst Castle in that afternoon and driving back South for over an hour to get to the Best Western we had originally booked. So I asked the rest of the family to trust me and allow me to "call an audible." I pulled up Priceline.com on my cell phone and found "The Cliffs Resort" seven miles South on highway 101 overlooking the Pacific coast. A couple of clicks later ...
... who would be on the tour. The tour we were on last time had a bus-full of people. It was much nicer with just four of us.
Our first stop was Doce Robles Winery. When we pulled in, Fritz said, “Hey, we’re in luck. They’re bottling today, and you get to see it.”
All I could see was a semi-trailer. Fritz explained that bottling machinery is very expensive. Small wineries usually can’t afford to ...