BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Black Oak Paso Robles
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... over to our table and handed us a ten dollar bill with a coin on a card insisting they paid for my dessert as they could see we had been travelling hard. The card was about spreading happiness by showing an act of random kindness.Freaked me out a bit. I knew we were going to enjoy it here and as our next stop tomorrow was an hour and forty five minutes away, decided to spend the morning in the pool and leave at midday. Time to slow this holiday down and enjoy. A good night sleep was had by ...
... 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 ...
... how people try to bank on nature, something that belongs to all of us. Maybe I've been listening to too much Woodie Guthrie.
We drove down to Carmel and visited the 300 year old Spanish mission in town. It was founded by Junipero Serra, who lived in a simple stark cell, but who dominated the region. After him came the Californios, Spanish ranchers and hacienda owners. It is a forgotten world mostly, but at the mission it came alive.
The signs ...
... was snow left over from a previous snowfall, fog and bright sunshine which was now low down in the sky as the sun was setting. This meant I had to drive a lot of the journey blinded by the light. I’m not that safe when I can see. We had to top up the petrol again because Claire had caned it up the mountain. We also found out that Claire thinks the temperature gauge is the fuel gauge. The petrol pump was broken so ...