Hampton Inn & Suites- San Luis Obispo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of freeways and a circuit (unplanned) of Santa Monica, blame the GPS. Once we cleared the traffic and hit the Pacific Coast road, Highway101, we opened the throttle's and really started to enjoy the ride. Slight overcast and a sea wind saw the coast bitterly cold until we finally turned inland. We were warm for about an hour but as we headed back to the coast again the temperature dropped again. The combination ...
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... sign the eta seemed later and later - I wondered if looking at the sign was the problem! Eventually it arrived and we boarded, there had been some engine trouble. After we had gone a short distance the train stopped again so they could attach another engine to pull it over the hill. Then once over the hill we had to stop again while the loaner engine was detached to be returned to it's own company. Thus instead of getting a good view of the ...
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 ...
... large eucalyptus, cypress and monterrey pine trees. A trail leads to Black Hill which offers a spectacular 360 degree view of the area.
As much as we like camping here there are two drawbacks, one naturally occurring the other not. Much of the year fog enshrouds the coastline. Usually it burns off by noon, but not always. We have found that fog is less prevalent in the fall and winter, so that is when we usually visit. When the gloom overwhelms us we ...