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Travel Blogs from Pismo Beach
... s quite chilly, really glad Tina lent me her ski gloves, then the hills come but they are more roller coaster don't need to walk them today. Came to a lovely little coast town Cayucos, really quaint with a pier and as we cycled in there was a fish& chip shop, Duckies, so Peter said we just had to stop even though it was only 11.30 so we shared a portion of fried snapper with chips and a beer, very good. It was warming up now and there were lots of ...
... living stretching all the way to the outskirts. There’s no wild, deserted, desolate beauty about Tonopah. “Is Tonopah on the edge of nowhere?”, I ask Mrs Henry. “No”, she says, “it’s in the middle of nowhere too.”
Mrs Henry and I are moving off the Colorado Plateau. We’re moving south. We’re moving west. We’re on the run from winter. We’re acting like northern ...
... fallen over many years ago the park didn't know when because it had fallen that long ago anyway they had cut a tunnel thru it so u could walk thru to the other side. The odd thing was that the tunnel was about 30 foot from the base of the tree. The trees do not rot like normal trees. They are also 3,000 yrs old. Can you imagine? They were here when Jesus Christ walked this earth.
11/2/13....Went to Yosemite ...
Pismo Beach - a very cool quaint town just off the Pacific Coast Highway! We stumbled on this place as we needed to stop for food! We had some food and headed down to the pier to see if we could find some ice cream, boy did we find ice cream. Ultimate ice cream was found! So you grab a tub, fill it with any frozen yogurt that you can think of - I had pistachio, vanilla and chocolate frozen yogurt, Oreo and nuts toping with chocolate ...
... of just repeating to myself "drive on the right, drive on the right" I found a classic American Diner built out of two train, sorry, railroad carriages. There were loads of Greek dishes on the menu so I thought I'd try a Greek salad. Ok but it had been lost in translation somewhere shall we say. Pics of the diner ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking