Travelodge Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yesterday, I forgot to mention we passed dozens of Airstream trailers heading opposite us, and guessed they were heading for an Airstream Convention in northern New Mexico. Funny to see so many. Also forgot to mention that St. George was the first time we have seen any palm trees – In fact, it was filled with them, everywhere you …
All packed up and back in the car we head along the coastal road towards the Big Sur. This is a stretch of road on the way to our next stop which is along the edge of the land where it meets the ocean. Unfortunately it was really foggy so we didn't get to see it in all it's beauty but it was still remarkable. It was so high and windy. Murray was great driving as he has been and I got to take in the view. We stopped every now again to look down and along ...
... stop - before you have visions of Nick Kayman - there was a very clean toilet there. There was also internet & when we checked there were only hotels at Santa Maria (9.5 miles) or where we had been heading Lompoc (27 miles) a no brainer, Santa Maria here we come. After lots of chat with the locals, lots of snacks from the vending machine everything was washed & dried, even our shoes. Makes you feel really bad though ...
... real gems and examples of lots of hard work. A beer trailer and outdoor portable bbq pit with tons of brisket loaded kept the massive crowd content. Bonna did a last load of wash then headed out to the luffa farm. I thought a luffa was some type of German war plane and she said she'd bring a sample back. I was expecting a model airplane or something but instead she came back with a dried up piece of something or the ...
... the views, we found ourselves in Point Piedras Blancas, home of elephant seals. I didn't know what to expect with these seals and couldn’t believe my eyes on my first glimpse – the were huuuge and weird! They shimmied ungracefully along the sand and then they’d do a yoga sun move upwards before slapping down on each other or into each other – it was so bizarre, I don’t know if they were fighting, kissing or making love! Those ...