La Cuesta Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The next day Thomas was hungover again, and after giving his furniture to Ben's parents to take home we decided to go for a beach trip as a cure. It was a pretty cool beach and the walk from the road was lined with invasive Eucalyptus trees, clearly a consequence of a lack of koalas.
The time at the beach led into an afternoon of drinking which became a pretty wild night out. On the walk back the guys happened across some long ...
... that it was a thinly sliced roast beef sandwich which had been slow bbq cooked on oak with various spices, sliced onions, melted cheese etc. We had a sample and it was just delicious, one of the best sandwiches we have ever had anywhere.
After lunch, we walked round San Luis Obispo which had a very nice feel to it. We went to visit the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa which is a Spanish mission founded in 1772 by Father ...
... south of here you pass Hearst Castle high up on the ridge set back from the seashore, while all the surrounding land is part of the Hearst Ranch and the old mission and village of San Simeon. We should go in an have a look one day at the 'castle' but you do require a full day and costs $25/day/adult - see: http://hearstcastle.org. It was given to the State in the 1950s - it's about 80,000sq feet total in floor space with 58 bedrooms, 60 bathrooms and ...
... goodbye to margarita
very happily. We then drove 58 which is the road from hell lol. Very curvy all
the way to Bakersfield. We were both
really sick from it. We stopped and filled up with gas and heated up some
leftover chicken spaghetti and a piece of pie from gizdich ranch! We planned on
driving all the way to death valley but stopped about an hour out and slept
around 1130. ...
... building his newspaper empire, was said to be indulgent of “prima donnas, eccentrics, bohemians, drunks, or reprobates so long as they had useful talents.” I think I once worked for a similar character, at least there was a notable number of prima donnas, a few drunks, not so sure about the bohemians, but did hear a few stories about what could be the work of a reprobate or two.