Courtyard By Marriott San Luis Obispo
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... San Luis took us through a lovely scenic drive, past more farm land and through golden hills which looked almost like piles of sand. Unfortunately whilst trying to make up for lost time Ben was caught by highway patrol speeding a tiny bit, and was given a good talking to, much to my amusement. Mainly because over the sound of the road they could barely hear each other, and I could hear them both as he was talking through the passenger side window:
... for the 5 hours we had paid for and only paid for the 2. Managing to sneak back into the pool was a good way to get set for the 7 hour drive from Furnace creek to San Luis Obispo a small university town at the bottom of highway 1.
This drive turned out to be on the craziest roads. I don't think I've ever paid so much attention to driving before or had to turn the steering ...
... about the food, but it's not great, and it's pretty pricey, though I have since noticed that the Steak House has received awards from Trip Advisor & Open Table in 2015 (perhaps the chef has changed, or perhaps that style of cooking steak just wasn't our thing).
Whatever my thoughts of the food, I arrived with a smile, I left with a smile, which is what Alex Madonna would've wanted.
... drive the car any further. So with the help of the trusty AAA we were towed the 70+ miles to Redding, CA to the nearest Nissan dealer.
So no weekend in San Francisco as planned! Instead of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, it was the Sacramento River, the Sundial Bridge and salmon spawning. We made the best of a bad situation, going to the movies and enjoying eating out. By Tuesday the guys at Crown Motors had performed miracles and ...
... as well, so we get a photo of this point. Walking right to the end of the pier, William wants to go fishing with the other people there, but we tell him he cannot, and head back to the fun fair, where the kids want to go on all the rides (of course). We limit them to one ride each - William chooses the ferris wheel and Miranda chooses the rollercoaster, so I accompany William with Lavinia going with Miranda afterwards. Poor George ...