Travelodge Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... The Historic Santa Maria Inn". The price was what we had been paying for a small room at mom and pop hotels along the coast. Man, did we get our money's worth with this one!
The hotel is a throwback to times past. It is what staying at a nice hotel was like in the 50's. Fireplaces, pianos, even a poker table in the lobbies. It has a salon and barber shop on premises. They have real desk clerks and real lobbies. It ...
It was a great time with the family this past weekend. I had a good week, riding 57 miles in two days and getting back in to the riding routine.
Saturday morning was spent at Aiden, my great grandson's, baseball game. It was good to see Teara, my grand daughter (Rob's oldest daughter) and her two girls, Riley and Kaila. Kaila was not feeling too well but her eyes lite up when she saw her Grandma ...
A truly wonderful day spent with just the family gathered round. We started the day by opening presents, but did not get around to that until almost noon. The party with family on Rob's birthday kept everyone up until well after midnight, so it was late morning before anyone stirred.
After opening presents and enjoying some great family time filled with ...
... around even more than this sentence. It was sunny and 70 degrees too. We saw birdies and trees, animal things and creeks and bull elephant seals (I know this cos I picked up a copy of the bull elephant free newspaper from the local bull elephant do gooder). There must have been a hundred of the creatures (Bull Elephant Seals. Not do gooders)laying, sunning themselves on one of the few accessible beaches along the entire length of the Big Sur run. This, of course means we were ...