La Bellasera Hotel and Suites
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... the fish, so Ben mixed up a batter and then we all got over excited about the battering an chopped up two huge onions, many courgettes and I'm not even sure what else. Queue more drinking, the arrival of two air rifles, a couple of rounds of corn haul, an atv journey, champagne spray everywhere and lots more drinking.
Not entirely sure what happened in chronological order but the highlight of the night had to be on a journey down to the lake ...
... coming and going.
The Amtrak train arrived dead on time and after stowing our suitcases down the bottom floor we went up the stairs to the floor above. Lovely big roomy seats with heaps of leg room and huge windows to look out of. We were only on it for 2 hours but gee it went quick.
We were picked up at Paso Robles by a very nice young man at the train station who took us for a drive around town ...
... into motel land. It was basic in as much as breakfast was wrapped in plastic and came on paper plates, the wifi crashed after 30 minutes and you spent all night wondering if that noise was someone stealing your car. The next morning saw us driving onward past Carmel (obviously it was the sound of someone elses car being taken) and, after an English muffin with Clint, we're heading to the number one most wonderful, free, scenic drive in the world: from Carmel to San Simeon, ...
... in my opinion. After crossing the Bixby Bridge, which was built in 1932 to replace a dangerous route that was used up until that time. It is a wonderful bridge and having the scenic turnout just before crossing it, gave us the opportunity to take some photos before continuing. We went through Big Sur, which is a couple of areas where there are restaurants, camping grounds, and little stores. This is the inspiration for songs, such as Perhaps Love, and other ...
... it's the photo with the white plastic being laid right next to the beach). We continued on north on highway 101through Santa Barbera and santa Maria before the inevitable happened. Poor Derek's sickness came to a head! So it was a dash off the side of the freeway oops. Onwards we trundled for another 50odd miles eventually deciding to stop atPaso Robles and the Best Western. Although its more than what we wanted to spend ...