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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express & Suites Paso Robles
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... such a concoction. And for those who are watching their waistline, you can also get Bud light with clamato! Who would think, gee I like beer and I like clamato juice - maybe I should mix them together?!
This really is a pretty little town, and is kind of like Bobcaygeon or Lakefield, only it's the size of Lindsay I guess. And there is a freeway running through it. I suspect the town was here first and the freeway came second. It ...
... very first glance at the castle, is how much construction/repair is taking place. There were scaffolds blanketing some entire outside walls and many of the roof lines. You have to duck under a scaffold to even enter the front door to begin the tour. Not exactly the impression Hearst would have wanted us to have.
Following the tour guide's introductory spiel, they took Kat on a golf cart up to the castle proper and we had our own private escort through much of the ...
... We sat outside in the nice courtyard with a fountain and quiet atmosphere just off the highway. From Firestone, we headed to Barrel House. None of us were too impressed with the beers, but the atmosphere was really nice. They had a great open air bar and a nice back patio with live music and a waterfall. Both breweries were nice, given that it was not warm enough to have a beach day. We got back to the Scamp at sunset and enjoyed another great ...
... near the Pier. It was a lovely setting and we had an hour and a half here. Unfortunately we did not really have enough time to go to downtown Santa Barbara so we walked out to the end of the Pier, had a chat with some of the fisherman there who were fishing for Mackerel. They had caught quite a few but they were only the size of our sprats. They were going to fry them for tea.
While walking out on the Pier we looked over the side and saw a sting-ray which ...
... for the climbing challenge of 400+ stairs to the top. Becky and I went about a quarter of the way, but yes, Molly & Yadira made it all the way to the top for the great views.
We returned from our tour in time for a quick lunch in the park's deli after checking out of the lodge. Let the drive back to the coast begin.
The trip across San Joaquin valley was simply...hot! The temperature after a cool night in the mountains ...