Courtyard By Marriott Paso Robles
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Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... way up to the car. Apparently, the winds had picked up something fierce, so the group abandoned the their fire, and, with their backs to the rapidly setting sun, made for the car.
"Bummer!" I exclaim, trying to hide the deep despair that only comes from being promised sweets only to have them dangle in front of you, barely out of reach, then quickly snatched away. It was a shame they were leaving too, I guess.
"No sense in no one having ...
... for Father's Day and really enjoyed some time together just the two of them. All the boys went golfing that afternoon at the Paso Robles Golf Club. They rented a couple of golf carts and the boys had fun driving them around the course. Cohen's turn didn't last too long when he drove into the back of the other golf cart by accident! No one was hurt and there wasn't any damage but I guess that's why 7 ...
... various routes home and settled on one that would pass the Mojave. That meant, oh shucks, we would have to drive another 90 miles down the famously beautiful coast of Big Sur. Big Sur is the mountainous coastline that separates San Francisco from Los Angeles. God, in his wisdom, made the coast too mountainous in between for houses. If it hadn't been, I am sure the entire coast would be filled with cities and suburbs.
We drove down the Big Sur Highway ...
... area where all cars were on one side of the otherwise divided highway. Suddenly, there was a State Trooper coming in the opposite direction and when he got to us, he turned on his lights and did a U-turn behind us and we were stopped for speeding. He said we were going 65 in a 45 mph zone. He took our documents and left us there for a while and we decided that this was going to be a very expensive event, since the fines were probably doubled for construction ...
... childhood trip to Europe, newspaper magnate Hearst wanted to build a European-style castle for himself in the area of California which provided many of his happy childhood memories.
After visiting the castle, you can't help but admit that he went all out (although Hearst was a compulsive builder and never considered the project finished). Rain prevented us from touring the grounds properly but we did get to see a few ...
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