Hampton Inn & Suites Arroyo Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Yesterday was a Huntington BEACH stop on the way to Long BEACH and today we head for Pismo BEACH. So at this point you have to admit that life is still pretty beachy. (insert terrible joke groan).
Chris was reading about this whale mural that was listed as the 'World's Largest' at some point in the 90's and there it was right outside our …
... completed the inside tour (no flash photography allowed) we could wander the grounds at our leisure – it was a shame the outdoor pool was empty due to the drought – although still quite majestic.
To exit we had to walk under the tennis courts to the indoor swimming pool which was truly amazing. As we boarded the bus we saw a fox stroll along the hedge line. Mr Hearst had a great love of animals and at one stage had the ...
Our trip started on Dec 22 from Incline to Fremont , CA to stay in the Elks RV parking lot for two nights. The first night is a blur from the stiff vodka tonics served in the bar. The Coopers met us there since he is our "Elk" and we all proceeded to party and watch the Monday night football game; the 49ers beat Atlanta. Pete's birthday the ...
Cycled to Pismo Beach and the streets were full with a car show going on this weekend. We were not able to get a campground and did not want to bike 50 miles more to the next town so we got a motel room with a pool, and tv to watch the Basketball ...
... in 1919. Hearst Castle was developed atop a steep hill whose ascent was a dirt path accessible only by foot or on horseback.
Invitations to Hearst Castle were highly coveted during its heyday in the 1920s and '30s. The Hollywood and political elite often visited, usually flying onto the estate's airfield or taking a private Hearst-owned train-car from Los Angeles. Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant, the Marx Brothers, Charles Lindbergh, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, James Stewart, ...