La Cuesta Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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Our drive to San Luis for Thomas's Graduation marked the beginning of our road trip. Ben had to work that morning so we planned to set off shortly after midday. Unfortunately there was more work than he had initially anticipated, so he did not arrive until after four, and we were supposed to have dinner with the family that evening after our arrival. Ben packed for our two week road trip in less than twenty minutes, and then we were off!
So it turns out sleeping in a tent with nothing more that a towel to lay on really isn't good for making a good nights sleep. After only managing around three hours of sleep then getting in the car to sleep and being woken up by the intence heat it was time to get on the mountain bikes and hit the trails. 2 hours on the bikes and the trails being kind of lame we faked a injury and got our ...
... iron gates. The 'beach' entrance pool is 8ft at the deep end, and heated… something we would discover was quite unique in our travels. Simply stunning on all levels, with so much care in the landscaping & layout including a huge man-made waterfall.
There's rather a good poolside bar too, with a bottle of Madonna Inn House Champagne a snip at $25.
I wish I could ...
... as we dropped down into the countryside it became very green and oh-so-very British. Suddenly there were fields of paddocks and farms stretching as far as the eye could see. No more boulders or beaches but cows and horses and buttercups. Aaaah.
Onto Solvang: a famous tourist hot spot as it has retained it's original identity as a Danish settlement. It's kitsch, quaint and quite charming. We ate Danish fare at the Red Viking (smorgasbord thoroughly recommended if ...
... Scott Point Road. What a beautiful site, absolute waterfrontage looking West! We also caught-up with Chenty & Trevor at their property 'in the clouds'.
Also had lunch with our 'green fingers' Rob at his Harbour House 'farm'.
After five days we headed out on ferries to Anacortes, WA and back into the US.
(FYI -- The whole was spent in fog with the ferries horns sounding every few minutes. It was an eery experience as we ...