La Cuesta Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of living by the sea) before ending up in San Luis Obispo. Small town enroute, with supposedly pretty views but by now a storm was definitely coming in! Then the long drive to LA, where we've just arrived. Two more nights in the northern hemisphere and then southwards! Feels very surreal. Neither of us really know what to expect so we're making the most of familiar things. Finally somewhere with good internet, so we've loaded up all our photos. ...
... coffee shops etc. There are also some artifacts on display and a cinema that shows a 40 min movie about Hearst Castle - this is included in the price of the tours.
Buses take the tour groups up the long winding road to the castle. On the surrounding fields cattle from Hearst Range strolls around, and the cattle still have right of way. Hearst is apparently the largest single-source supplier of ...
... colonial period. France concepts of design and beauty have always resonated with Americans, from the time that the first American architects studied in France and returned together with the French eye and French taste. Many early houses in The united states were inspired directly by the buildings of Paris as well as pastoral setting of your French countryside. Today, many contemporary architects check out France for its ...
... lot of the trip was in the dark and we finally arrived about 2 1/2 hours late! On the train I got another vegan burger and some fresh fruit & nibbled a muesli bar - that was dinner. There was a driver at the station to meet us and he picked up me and a couple of Argentinian women (Paula & Paloma - I think they were mother and daughter). It was still quite a drive from Salinas station to where we were staying in Monterey. Checked in and time for ...
... Louis because it looked to me like it came out of a Louis Armstrong song. There it became, this was officially the story of Louis, Roxy and I traveling the coast of California together. After quite the adventurous day, I was ready to turn in but still not knowing where to park and sleep, I decided to ask the hostel manager if i could stay in the parking lot for a fee. He agreed and I once again regained ground for a home. The next morning, we all walked to the local coffee house for ...