Pismo Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pismo Beach
We left Lone Pine, California early in the morning and drove all the way to the beach. Our journey took us out of the desert, down through Bakersfield, across the southern part of San Joaquin Valley, through the inner coastal range of mountains, ...
... Lodge if your travels take you to Pismo Beach and you need a place to stay and eat, both right off the Price Street 101 exit. Had such a pleasant evening catching up with dear old friends tonight for dinner at Tahoe Joes and enjoying my mom's company. There are just barely a few days left, but I have plenty more last minute shopping to do! Wishing everyone a wonderful remainder of the holiday ...
... I'd downloaded and the kids were playing cards in the back (everyone being fleeced by Bella ). It's now feeling right and we've all started to relax and chill out, this is just how we imagined it.
We stopped off at Santa Barbara and had a dip in the sea. Des and I absolutely loved it here, so pretty and it felt like the real American dream. Lots of kids on ...
... be a typical example of what an American town used to be, retaining its history and facade. Yeah, maybe we missed something, nice town but nothing special.......Continuing on to San Luis Obispo which is meant to be another highlight, missed that one as well but it was a lovely drive through the mountains and the wineries. We did find a treasure at Avila Beach, a little seaside town off the highway and hidden in a valley. Two piers and whale watching, as well as ...
... Southern trout eaters helped get me going especially Rob McComas and Matt Peters. Also local swimbaiters Dustin Cline and Travis Evans . I’m sure I forgot some people so forgive me. A very important part of the deal is the gear. It’s very necessary to have the right set up and I understand that swimbaiting is not for everybody and it’s expensive. If you can’t afford to lose a bait you should not throw it until you can. You have ...