La Cuesta Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a walking advertisement, she was about the size of a jumbo jet. Journey begins, venturing out of LA we made a couple of whistle stop tours. Starting in North Hollywood we went down Hollywood Boulevard where the pavements covered in stars of the famous. Left Hollywood to try and drive up to the cHollywood sign, but all the roads had been blocked up to it, with limited time we decided to carry on to Santa Monica. Went down to ...
... wifi as we still had the log in code to try and find somewhere to crash tonight. It turns out there is only one hostel in this entire town. Some pleading with the guy behind the counter we managed to sort a room out for us. Otherwise we would of been sleeping on the swing seat out front.
At about 11.30pm there was a knock on the door. With all of the staff asleep and the door locked non of us were sure about opening the ...
After nearly 14 years of teaching overseas, it was great to come back to the Central Coast, the place where I grew up. I got in 2 great weeks of spending time with close friends, catching up with some of my high school O-line family, hanging at the beach, indulging in some of my favorite restaurants, terrorizing bales of hay with my archery skills, and even caught a monster truck show.
... east valley floor. Austin and Matt climbed to the top of the boulders, a climb I decided to sit out on the benches built at the summit.
I finally remembered to turn on my Sports Tracker at the summit, and tracked the decent, which only took about 40 minutes.
With a successful hike completed, we met my ...
... but did hear a few stories about what could be the work of a reprobate or two. Hearst did hire Samuel Clemens or Mark Twain at the San Francisco Chronicle, along with Ambrose Bierce, and Jack London. All great writers, adventurers and bohemians of record. Bierce disappeared in Mexico following the Pancho Villa campaign when he was 71. London, I'm afraid, did himself in with morphine as he suffered from alcoholism, dysentery and kidney ...