Quality Suites San Luis Obispo
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... Including a trip to one of the roomies' parents who had a huge house nearby and were happy to host more than one of the graduate's families. Most of the people our age were somewhere between innebriated and hungover, with many also knackered. In one of the rooms the Italy vs. England world cup match was going on, so the favourite joke in that room was "so who are you supporting then, Italy?" Apparently Americans do do sarcasm, but with ...
Walking down to find a bar we stumbled across us to a farmers market, Food stall after food stall lined the street. Most people seemed to be walking about with a corn on the cob a sight that I actually got excited about and the walk turned into a hunt for the corn on the cob stand which didn't disappoint once I found it. This town is another place were ugly women don't seem to ...
... vowing to buy Eva a set of mini clubs when we got back to the UK (she showed exceptional promise on the putting -a future Vincent Cullen Golf Day contender).
Whilst at Pismo we also checked out the nearby town of San Louis Obispo. It's inland but a really cool vibe to it - lots of breakfast bars and rooftop bars to explore. We checked out its two most famous tourist spots: Bubblegum Alley and The Madonna Inn - only in America folks! Bubblegum Alley started in the ...
... use the wax cycle.
Right around the corner from us is William Randolph Hearst's castle at San Simeon. I have always been fascinated by Hearst. Mostly because his yellow journalism started the Spanish American War. You thought it was the sinking of the Maine in Havana harbor? Like the shelling of the USS Maddox in the Gulf of Tonkin Incident started the Vietnam War?
We both have ...
... drive the car any further. So with the help of the trusty AAA we were towed the 70+ miles to Redding, CA to the nearest Nissan dealer.
So no weekend in San Francisco as planned! Instead of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, it was the Sacramento River, the Sundial Bridge and salmon spawning. We made the best of a bad situation, going to the movies and enjoying eating out. By Tuesday the guys at Crown Motors had performed miracles and ...