Courtyard By Marriott San Luis Obispo
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... waited as one otter appeared followed by the next, followed by another. After waiting a good twenty minutes we prepared to leave, when a whole family of otters appeared by the sea front, 15 in all. They were as happy as can be, twirling in the water, like kids playing in the water. They loved their environment and we enjoyed their acrobatics! We could have watched them for hours but time was pressing on and we knew we had to get to Monterey before dark and there ...
... provincial country manor houses. These homes are often built of brick or stucco, are symmetrical healthy when the windows are balanced on either side with the entrance, and possess steep, hipped roofs. The tall second-story windows promote the experience of height. In Normandy and the Loire Valley barns and farm silos were frequently attached with main living areas as an alternative to separated. Following your First ...
... catch the train to Monterey. Train was due to leave at 3.30 and it was recommended to get there nice and early to check in luggage etc. We were in good time and Marlene hugged me goodbye - what a lovely woman. They said the train was about 20 minutes late. I took a quick stroll around nearby streets and found a cafe there with a vegan apple and cinnamon muffin - yum! There was a lit sign with information about the trains and every time we looked ...
After a terrible sleep (think my cough has turned into a full blown cold/flu) we get up and Andrew takes off to pick up the car whilst I hit the chemist in search of a miracle cold/flu cure! Not a good start when we need all our wits about us - as still cant get used to this driving/looking at the opposite side of the road for traffic! Anyhow, we check out and we are off. Andrew said he went down Lombard Str crookedest street - great ...
... the State of California accepted. I'm glad they did. It’s a treasure to behold, no matter what it took to build it.
On the way home we visited Morro Rock at Morro Bay, the final "hill" in the chain from SLO. We were taken with its size and instability. Huge slabs of rock rest precariously above a parking lot at the end of the road. Evidence of previous rock-falls litters the ground. We soon ...
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