BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak
Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
We arrived in Paso Robles and checked into our motor lodge, the Black Oak Best Western. We have stayed here before; it's nice and clean, and a good location. We had dinner at a steakhouse not too far away located at the Paso Robles Inn. The Western themed restaurant was very cozy with a warm fireplace and friendly servers. We had a great dinner. On …
We packed up the car, said goodbye to my family, and got on the road. Our destination: Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. Even though it is not that far from where I grew up, I had never been there. The kids and I had watched a show (on the Travel Channel) about the house and its eccentric owner, Sarah Winchester, so we decided that …
... Olive Oil Tasting with great mustards too.
Ate at the Paso Robles Inn for lunch (was not that great) and Robert's for dinner (was fantastic).
On our way home Sunday morning we had lunch in Sherman Oaks with the Gumbiner's. ...
... to the mountain range that rose up in a purple haze…or was it smog? Who knows. But there were times when we could not see them at all. We saw tomatoes, onions, olives, pistachios and almond trees, and plants we could not identify from the car.
We stopped early on at a gas station and store that had a huge sign with James Dean painted on it. This thing towered above the store. And inside there were more pictures of him and a figure of him ...
... knee and asks me to continue. I am hoping that if I do he we get on the bus for the rest of the day. I don't want him hurt and know he is hurting. So at Bradley for lunch he texts me that he is on the bus and will see him in camp.
Bradley for lunch is amazing this very small town puts on a BBQ for the ride as a fundraiser to raise funds for their after school activities. The kids are out there selling burgers, hot dogs, buttons, tshirts. They love ALC
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking