La Cuesta Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Microwave in room
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Stunning drive through winding roads which hug the Pacific coast line today. Unfortunately the weather turned and although it didn't rain, we spent the whole day thinking it would! So the views weren't quite as spectacular as billed. Scenery reminded us both of Cornwall - very rugged with blue seas and grey skies . Combined with seeing so many friends and family in SF made us both quite homesick! Stopped and ate more seafood (making ...
... cold and sleep deprivation were taking there toll and bordering on having micro sleeps we were glad to hit San Luis Obispo.
It had been a big day but we still found the energy to walk to a Denny's for a meal. The walk was about 5 to 6 Ks round trip, and absolutely freezing. Finally bed at about 11.00, after some 34 hours, but a great day and everyone was felling pretty good about the daily distance's ...
... back up singers to Willie. The concert ran long with songs played until after 10 PM. Willie then shook hands with everyone in the front row of the concert hall and held an autograph session as the show closed.
The concert was an ongoing birthday present from my son and family. I am blessed with a wonderful family to make me feel so special.
Life is good. ...
... some snail mail coming your way. Finally found my way back to the stop and had a wait for the bus. It was a 2 story deal with a commentary over headphones. No windows in the top story so started to get a bit cold by the end of it, took us past historic movie theaters and locations & through Chinatown and "little Tokyo". Back to hotel for dinner via taxi from where the bus stopped, I was too cold & busting to go to the loo and it was too close to evening for me ...
We drive down the Big Sur and the views are incredible. Point Lobos State Park was the first stop on the Big Sur. There is a cove called China Cove which is meant to be spectacular. Surprisingly it was closed so we couldn't get onto the beach and there was so much seaweed that it didn't look as nice as advertised. We climbed down onto the adjacent beach which was called Gibson Beach. The sand was not as gold and beautiful as previous beaches but a nice place to rest our weary ...