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Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... from a very grumpy lady sitting in front of me, was very comfortable, even equipped with wifi, and which made a pitstop about halfway through the 4.5 hour long ride at a McDonalds. It was all very organized and American.
Right on time we arrived in San Luis Obispo where a gleaming train was already waiting. Another seven hours on the train would take me all the way down south along the coast, on the so-called Pacific Sunliner. The view from the train was incredible, ...
... who voted, but probably all the inhabitants of San Luis Obispo. No doubt we will find out over the next couple of days.
We leave Santa Barbara and head north through the mountains and vineyards towards Lake Cachuma. We bypass Solvang which is a very pretty village, with many Danish inhabitants. We carry on past Santa Maria, Nipoma, Arroyo Grande and finally arrive in San Luis Obispo. We are staying at the Apple Farm Inn, ...
... area real estate agent, Tammy. We always enjoy our time in this area.
Our bi-annual lunch on Elliott Bay with Dave S, enjoying the company and the views South over downtown Seattle with Mt. Rainer in the background.
Dense fog accompanied us for the drive North from Seattle and stayed for entire time in BC this year. A most unusual experience.
On Friday we caught-up with Josie & Heintz ...
... beach/park there, or maybe there was a road leading to something more..we were feeling a bit of a time crunch to get to Hearst Castle, so we just kept driving. We of course stopped at the Bixby Bridge look-off - famous for car ads...lol. The drive reminded me a lot of the Cape Breton Highlands, except brown and cactus-y instead of green and pine-y. And the water is that gorgeous blue, well, not Caribbean blue, but def not Nova Scotia ...
... breakfast with Pete, Martine, and Miles and drove up Highway 101 to San Luis Obispo (I still can't pronounce or remember that city's name). There we had a nice California lunch at Big Sky Café. We had originally planned to visit Hearst Castle that afternoon (which was about an hour and a half drive away), but then something came over me. I was walking back from the restroom at Big Sky Café when I was suddenly overcome with a sense of calm ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking