Holiday Inn Express Grover Beach-Pismo Beach Area
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Travel Blogs from Grover Beach
... thick fog we didn't bother stopping too many times to see the "sights". Much of those just included the coast line we were driving along and the waves crashing along the cliff face below. The ocean was full of kelp, which did kind of ruin the "view". Also past a stretch of coast where the sea lions like to beach themselves and chill out for the day. Michael thought they were all dead, and I actually smelt them before I saw them (while we were still riding).
Our drive along ...
... take a day trip up the coast towards Cambria or head a few miles inland towards San Luis Obispo where fog is less likely to occur.
The second drawback is the glaring lack of maintenance within the campground itself. Picnic tables are in disrepair, the campsites are messy with eucalyptus acorns and leaf matter on the paved surfaces. Bathrooms are locked in await of much needed maintenance.Wild oats are allowed to grow to maturity in the campsites ...
... matter and chipped what she could, trashed the rest. She planted plants, dead headed, and/or thinned out those that were established. Of course that's on top of keeping the house clean, caring for our grandkids, walking the dogs and attending her meetings. Oh yes, the lavender farm needed a lot of attention and got it.
Meanwhile I was preparing the areas for the new concrete slabs. You know, leveling the ground, laying the forms. When ...
... Syl and I haven’t spent any time in Los Angeles upon arrival, we have missed out on that and now we are foolishly looking for a place to swim…. We even booked a literally cheap place, to get that chance: A motel in Grover Beach, 10 minutes walking distance from the beach for 32 $ where everything else costs at least 90$. We’ll use our sleeping bags ...
... be accepted I scoffed half joking – and she said sure. So off I went in the baking heat, into the RV, into my suitcase, into my super secret hiding spot and grasped my American Passport – thank god I hadn’t brought my English one which no doubt would have been deemed a fake also – victory was mine, I left with my red wine!
Pismo Beach was really pretty, we followed a trail from our campsite to the dunes and beach. Slightly unnerving was a large sign ...