Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Atascadero
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- Swimming pool
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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... the City of San Luis Obispo. Of course our first stop was the mission , the fifth of 21 missions that the Spanish built in California. We were lucky enough to get there while a tour was going on and learned a lot about the mission and the area. After our tour we shopped downtown and had dinner. On Thursday evenings they have a farmers market on the main street ...
... gear through the camp site and just before you were about to drop everything you would hit the sand and set up for the day. Along with a lot of long beach walks we found some pretty cool hikes to watch the sunset at. We found a bike trail (similar to the Burke Gilman) that went from Refugio down to El Capitan State Park that we road a couple times. Although the trail ended up being washed out just before El Capitan we ...
... us a couple of cold cokes in cans! --one of my favorite treats and the only way to drink coke. Yippers.
After we left we were heading towards Avila Beach, but continued to drive through the Edna Valley so I could taste wine at the many wineries, but first we drove to the Tackle Warehouse (Dave was so excited) and he bought some giant lures. After that we went to Old Edna Town site which is in the center of the Edna Valley wine region and includes some restored ...
Our last full day in Atascadero was hot, hot, hot. We took Syd's cousin, Evan, swimming at great grandpa Jack's house and then came back to the house to prepare for the fiesta. The girls wanted to continue swimming so they sat in Evan's paddling pool. After a while Evan started throwing water balloons at them! In the afternoon we stuffed the piñata and decorated for the fiesta. Sylvia and Jim put on an authentic Mexican spread and ...
August 21st. Pulled out of Southern CA FINALLY and headed north. Stopped in Bueller, CA at Anderson's Split Pea Restaurant for some soup and souvenirs and a geocache. YES! It feels so good to be back on the road. Spent the night in Pismo Beach.
August 22nd – After a morning fill up at the famous Old ...