BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak Paso Robles
Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... and headed into Carmel. Both towns were beautiful... very upper class!!! At the beach between the 2 beachside towns we found elephant seals sunbaking in rocks near the shore!
We paid the $10 vehicle entry fee and drove the 17 mile loop of a private community which included coastal views, more seals, golf courses, mansions, very nice cars, and money money money! We headed to Carmel'Beach where Tree made our ...
... every tasty morsel. I set my alarm on my phone to wake me at the peak size of the moon, hoping to be awe-struck by the beauty of this rare event. The sea is an unforgiving mistress, and apparently has a sense of humor. In the early morning, the fog generated by the sea completely obscured the moon, even one as large as this. I sigh, but still with a smile on my face, appreciating the experiences I had that day and the people I met.
Oh well, there's always next year.
... Even though we had booked Wine Country RV Resort last minute it turned out to be one of the best campgrounds we've stayed at so far on our trip! It was about 40 minutes from the ocean but was surrounded by vineyards. The facilities were great and they had a really nice pool and hot tub! Just what Bruce and Gramps needed for Father's Day.
Aimee and Gran went shopping to get some ...
Tue, Jun 11, 2013
Departure: Needles, California
Arrival: Paso Robles, California
Miles: 376 miles
Travel Time: 9 hours
We targeted 7:00 am to be out so that we could get ahead of the heat. We missed 7:00—left at 7:03. It was already fairly warm. I don't know what the temperature was, but as I ...
... was a unique experience. We asked for a recommendation from our hotel guy. Well, we have discovered asking a 22 year old what places 50 year olds like was not a good move on our part. The food was good, not super, but was a kid friendly joint with parents who let their kids scream, run and kick the backs of tables. It seemed to be the parent's right to show off which family was ...