Courtyard By Marriott Paso Robles
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... happen in the sticks of Alaska. And also that we have the motel/rental car option available to us. So here we are now heading for the coast above LA, taking the opportunity to see a bit of the city and the Ventura Highway to the North.We have now reserved a storage spot for ...
... David ordered the half size chicken salad, and it was huge - too huge for a single portion. I know that some restaurants, especially in the United States, pride themselves on large portions, but this passed far beyond the realm of generous into the realm of obscene. No one needs to eat that much in a restaurant or anywhere else at any time at any one meal.
Back at our room, we got dressed for the wedding and headed off to the winery where ...
Well what an interesting day. Today was our last day in San Francisco and we had booked a hire car to drive to Long Beach with an overnight stop in Avila Beach. The car wasn't ready so we didn't get away until 11am. No stress.
The plan was to hit the road and make a few stops along the way to look at recommended towns. This was the day I was looking forward to with stops in Monterey and Carmel.
We went to Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey for ...
... places to be avoided, the history is close by all along the road. The observant traveller will notice the ground along the creek lines still scared from digging or hydraulic mining, the back streets of many towns have wonderful period houses and even the names of the towns carry a story. We over-nighted in the town of Sonora, named by Mexican miners in honour of Sonora, Mexico.
By the time we reached the end of California 49 ...
... a different Country! It was amazing! Back on the highway we carried on down until the town of Paso Robles, we found a motel a pizza store and the pool! Funnily enough I love a good Pinot Noir, but after a hot day in the sun and wind, a lovely crisp white was on the cards. Now California is known for wines right? Well the pizza shop behind our Motel was known for its menu of 30 craft beers and local wines by the glass, We shouldn’t have been too surprised ...