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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express & Suites Paso Robles
Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... burger with carrot coleslaw on the side and I found it quite delightful. After lunch Leslie and David went back to the hotel and Linda and I decided to wander around Paso Robles.
It's an absolutely beautiful day here. The sky is a blue and there is not a cloud in sight. Despite the fact that the locals are on the verge of freezing to death because the temperature is so low ("it's just unheard of, really!!"), we are finding ...
... as they were the most fun to watch. After our fill of elephant seals, it was on to Moonstone Beach for some beachcombing. Erik had never heard the word "beachcombing" before, much to my amusement. We found some neat stones and shells, but no huge moonstones. The beach was really gorgeous with huge rock formations all along the beach and sticking out from the ocean. We headed back to the Scamp for some delicious breakfast tacos, attempting to make a dent ...
... toehold in the frontier land. The settlers introduced European livestock, fruits, vegetables, cattle, horses and ranching into the California region; however, the Spanish occupation of California also brought with it serious negative consequences to the Native American populations with whom the missionaries came in contact. The government of Mexico shut down the missions in the 1830s.
In the end, the mission had mixed results in its objective to ...
... for a little while, where we passed through Old Spanish mission towns and an abundance of wineries. We were also within 30 mile of James Deans crash site. But on a brighter note we were also in a very renowned (apparently) Pinot Noir region. Mmm yummy! It was becoming hot and thirsty work driving in the Californian sun with the roof down, that when we came across one of the mission towns we pulled off the highway and drove down the main street. It felt like we ...
... grass galore and evidence of massive land slides and road washouts. We went through tunnels and over narrow bridges that were hundreds of feet above the sea. We also drove on roadways that hugged the cliffside and contained hairpin turns.
I am glad we did it but I’m not anxious to do it again soon.
Travelled in: California
Travelled today: 402 km
Travelled to date: 9924 ...