La Quinta Inn & Suites Paso Robles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... us where everything is and then dropped us off at our Hotel.
The Hotel is just lovely. Thus is a wine tasting town and the Hotel has been here for a long time. It has picture perfect gardens with some big ponds in the back with Huge hungry looking fish in them. I think Pete said they are carp. All the shops in the surrounding streets are either restaurants, cafés or wind tasting bars. There is a big village ...
... traffic is stop and go and cars are weaving in and out of lanes. Motorcycles are going between cars where there are no lanes. At one point Dave turns to me and says, "Even the grannies drive like Mario Andretti". As we got out of LA and close to Ventura the temperature got so much cooler and a haze came up from the ocean and then ...
... fast on land. I was as excited as a little boy to see wonderful animals like these, the size of cars.
8 miles to the south is the Hearst estate with its surrounding longhorn ranch. They were closed and we carried on to camp for the night in another overpriced California State Park, San Simeon. It was a cold, but pleasant night. We ate at the campsite and were just under the bridge from a lonely beach and under every star. There was no moon for most if the night. ...
... accommodation I think it was fitting to stay somewhere a little nicer since Derek is feeling poorly and well let's say it's a beautiful room for the price. Two double beds, sitting area, small kitchen area, two separate sinks a toilet and a bath - nice change from the hostel! So today we covered some 250 miles with another 200 more to go tomorrow before we get into San Francisco, but hey who cares about time when your off ...
... but had mixed feelings about visiting it. However, it was worthwhile. After Randolph Hearst died the family bequeatheed it to the government who now manage it and the tour that we went on was excellent. Not a long tour but you get plenty of background and history to the man and the property and see a number of downstairs rooms of the main house - it has a total ...