Pacific Shores Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the depth setting on the razor as when I started cutting, it left a completely bald strip where I had just placed it. Great. I couldn't just leave one bald stripe up the middle, I would look mental, so I had to shave the whole lot off. I will finish our American adventure with a shiny new skinhead. I look like a nazi officer on his day off.
The part of the PCH we drove is between Monterey and Morro Bay. It's an amazing piece of road hugging the golden ...
... that was like a bathtub compared to this! It was ICE cold. We tried our best to indulge in the waves but when bits of my fingers started falling off we gave up and went back to the RV, shivering. The sun gave up too - we considered putting the heating on - California in August - not what we expected!
We wrapped up warm and watched a spooky film (The Gift, Cate Blanchett - awesome). Erin suitably disturbed mentally, we turned in for the ...
... more like a grotty precinct surrounding a pier. More Slough than Santa Barbara. We tried their famous Clam Chowder but werent all that impressed (it looked like up-chuck for a start - google that slang if you're not familiar) and when we opted for clams straight up we found to our horror they came breaded and deep fried. Bleeeurgh. However, the beach was undeniably beautiful, wide and flat with big waves - windy though (and not just Edwardo) and we managed a spot of ...
... was great. We had the road to ourselves, the sea to our right and the mountains to left. And eventually at 2ish the sun finally came out!! Woohoo!! It's amazing how much better the day becomes when the sun says hello again. Especially for our second last day on the bike.
Without any dramas (I was the leader today ;) we arrived safely in San Luis Obispo. According to the advertising this is the happiest town in North America. I guess there is only one way to find out, to go and ...
... of this colony is now more than 15,000 and they are protected by the law.
A bit further up the road at San Simeon, we ate the best sandwich of the trip so far in fresh toasted bread – the two slices 10cm apart with so much filling including turkey, avocado, gherkin, jalapenos, lettuce and other ingredients I don’t even know the names of!
At 4:30pm we arrived at Dan’s uni friend Chenin’s home. She was ...