Pier View Suites
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... We had a scrumptious smoked beef roll that was prepared my some Mexicans in the courtyard who didn't speak any English. Their lack of communication was made up by the meal!
We followed the Santa Ynez Valley inland for a couple of hours stopping at a hydro dam. Most of the hotels we have stayed at in California had signage about the drought and the necessity to save water. Looking at the dry dam, it was very obvious why. The water level of the reservoir that ...
... painted timber. After our exploration of Pismo Beach we drove 5-10 minutes up the 101 to Hartford Pier on the San Luis Obispo Bay on the trail of more sea lions (?). This was more like a working fishing pier and there were sea lions (?) aplenty. Went to Cool Cat Cafe back at Pismo Beach for dinner. It was nice enough. Big plates with lots of meat and lots of potato but amazing views. Somehow we never have room for dessert. Evan and I devised a new technique for ...
... I decided to try to end it fast. Honestly she never did pull hard or try to power dive. As soon as I could see her again I could see that she was just constantly head shaking. So I led her right up to the sandy bank and as soon as her head was out I jumped on her and pinned her down with one arm and grabbed her with the other. I jumped up and backed away from the water. My first thought was she was probably just over 10 and I had her and she wasn’t going to ...
... of Clint Eastwood, who, until recently, was Mayor here also. Clint Eastwood also owns the Restaurant called the Hogs Breath here, and this was were I was heading. Some of the food here is named after his movies. Carmel was also home to Dr. Seuss, the writer of our favourite children's books. There was a shop showing original drawings of his. Luckily, we found both our destinations quickly. Hilfra and Max went across the street to the Dr Seuss shop while Sam and I went over to the ...
... illusion of a roman bath. The outdoor pool was surrounded by huge stairways and statues in the water. It was fronted by roman columns. The water glistened. If you listened carefully, one might hear the laughter of former guests cavorting in the pool. The trip down the mountainside was awesome as the fog had lifted and the whitecapss on the shoreline were now ...