Pismo Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Very sad to be leaving our gorgeous Malibu neighbours but we will hopefully meet up with them again in San Diego as they don't live that far away.
I got my washing done and des dropped off the hire car then we hit the road up north past Santa Monica plus lots of other very cool beaches along the way.
Hugging the coast line we listened to road trip ...
... wide open beaches, sunset over the water, birds flying, a gentle breeze blowing - what a nice way to spend the evening. Pismo beach is a large seaside town with vast expanses of sand and many restaurants and beachy type shops playing for the tourist dollar. Great clam chowder as well was had at Brads, next door to the world famous Splash and without the hour wait. A driving day today to see the local sights. Our first stop is the town of Arroyo Grande which is ...
... way. Rachel. Population: yes. Aliens: maybe. According to the sign. Some people are prompted to live in beautiful harsh places.
Some people might like it. Mrs Henry, however, is not one of them, fretting the entire length of the Extraterrestrial Highway about what will happen if we have a flat tire "in the middle of nowhere". Mrs Henry believes we have no spare tire, and that, if we did, it would be beyond the powers of the Director of ...
... doing this ride. Wayne and Barb were neighbors of Julie and I in Mission Viejo for 15 years. Julie and Barb were forever volunteering to lead the girl scouts, be the soccer mom's, drive the kids to the T Street beach in San Clemente, etc...Over the years we have enjoyed a lot of rides together.
Wayne works for Shimano the international leader in cycling components...gears, breaks, wheels, etc....Shimano is a major sponsor of R2R. Wayne ...
Today we pretty much spent the whole day driving down the beautiful coastline of California from San Francisco to San Luis Obispo. However- we did have fun with the fact that we were driving on the right (otherwise thought of as the wrong) side of the road. Isaac did all of the driving today- with Amanda as co-pilot reminding what side of the road to turn into. Along the way we saw some amazing coastline that ranged from dramatic sand dunes to massive cliffs, as well as driving ...