La Cuesta Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... and took multiple wrong turns, but still managed to get there early. Tour took us through backlot sets for all sorts of tv shows & movie sets. Gotham city street from batman, the alley where spiderman did his upside down kiss, the friends coffee shop, casablanca set, bar & alley from Yes Man (jim carrey) where he was beat up, pretty little liars coffee shop, hart of dixie doctor office. ...
... of golf. We all loved playing the course (which is right next to the campground) since it had some drastic elevation changes as compared to where we play in Florida.
Blossom and I hiked to Eagle Rock one morning which gave us some spectacular views of the area.
I could have stayed in SLO a few more days.... great little town.... maybe we'll get back here someday.
... had a great feel, its a college town so it felt all very oriented towards that. I had Chicken which was delicious, afterwards we went out for a few beers in what was apparently an "English Pub" but was really more of a Bar with flags in in called The Frog and Peach.
We were there until the early hours, chatting to locals and generally relaxing.Although the drive was classed as the Coastal Highway, the good bit where you see all of the pictures started ...
... because actually owning a car like this is completely impractical for my lifestyle, so it's awesome to be able to rent it for this trip! Plus it just make me happy every time I look at it, the cuteness and funny looking factor get me every time. I think it also reminds me of this guy which makes it even better :) I've decided to name him George, or Giorgio if we want to be all Italian about it since it's an Italian car. I still like George better.
This morning had booked on a tour of warner brothers studios. Was picked up from hotel, thence to Hollywood & on to studio. These "VIP tours" are highly organised and frequent. There was a short video first then we were taken in groups of unto 12 and driven about the lot in little carts. Our guide was Blair - very nice young woman, did her job well, full of all sorts of tidbits of information. The studio occupies 110 acres, just a little larger than our old family farm. We first saw ...