Courtyard By Marriott San Luis Obispo
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... arrived just as LAX opened for the day so we did the sprint to customs, got through customs in no time and were on a super shuttle by 8.10. Super shuttle cost $132 for 6 of us and was a comfortable run to Riverside Harley Davidson for our rental pick up. On arrival at Riverside we caught the remainder of our group so we were all able to get on the road together. The pick up was simple and quick, and the bikes ...
... town that night, so a party was planned. After a couple of hours relaxing on the beach we drove to Shell Beach and found a fantastic little spanish / mexican restaurant called Zorro's and stopped off for some clam chowder and sangria. It was a really lovely little bistro and the owner was charming. It was great to be just sitting in the sunshine. After lunch we headed to Grover Beach and in particular "Oceano Dunes". Oceano Dunes is ...
... there for
an hour or so then drove Mrs. Rachel back to avila to get more icecream. We then
went to the beach there and stayed for a couple hours. We sadly said good bye
to the ocean and drove to santa margarita since it’s along the way. I fished
for a couple hours while Rachel went to the koa for a shower. She picked me up
at the boat ramp and off we went. No bites today but ...
... 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 ...
... along with her showing me her old pottery studio, we were off to go to a Harbor Festival in Morro Bay nearby. We spent the day together with one of her friends in and out of thrift stores, Farmer's Markets and tourist spots, they wished me well and off I went to find a place to sleep. For the next few nights, I was able to spend the night in the neighborhood streets and getting up early to drive to the actual tourist spots where they let people park for the day but not the night. I ...
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