Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Nikki and I went wine tasting for her birthday in Paso. We went to Justin (ate there as well and had a great burger), Tabalas, Halter Ranch, Opolo, Sextant, J Lohr and Eberley.
We then had taco bell in the hotel room (Nikki slept). We went to FIrestone Walker Brewery on the way out of town and went o LA for happy hour and Sugar Fish in Beverly Hills.
... 46 through some of those same mountains. Very pretty drive. You can probably see 25-30 miles in places and all the way to the coast at the high points. We were thinking about going through the castle but I had already been through it and all the "accessible" tours were booked up so we just got a sandwich and drove up the coast toward Big Sur. That is an amazing piece of coastline as it REALLY follows the contours and gets you right ...
... daughters were flower girls.
There was a vegan meal for Linda and me (roasted portabella mushrooms, risotto and asparagus with an amazing sauce) and I enjoyed myself immensely. I confess I did get a little chilly as the night wore on and I went out to the car to get my sweater.
My cousin Brent's family is from New Orleans. There is a tradition at weddings and funerals in New Orleans that at some point in the festivities there is ...
... display in front of our eyes. Darren thought he had died and gone to heaven but I thought it seemed more like hell.
Houses and businesses in Carmel don't have postal addresses or letter boxes. Everyone uses a post off box and business cards show the address of shops as - the south corner of Smith and Brown Streets etc.
It was a great town with beautiful boutiques. I saw a gorgeous handbag in the window of a store and noticed ...
... easy roll through grazing land burnt bare at the end of a seven year drought and rolled into Bakersfield through the oil field that gave the town its purpose. We had already covered about 250 km of tight, slow roads but our day wasn't over just yet. After ditching our gear at a cheap hotel, we met up with Jim and Myra whom we had met in Santa Barbara a couple of weeks before.
After a quick chat we were off again along one of ...