Rose Garden Inn - San Luis Obispo
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... all-natural meat - this can also be purchased at the visitors center along with locally products wine and beer. During the tour, we are given a recorded introduction to the catsle and tour by Alex Trebec - a nice way to ease into the story of Hearst's vision and the story of the castle mixed with some do's and don'ts. The ride is 10-15 minutes long, and as we turn up to the stairs just off and below the ...
... continues to be popular from the southern Mississippi Valley and across the Gulf coast. Probably the most distinctive feature for many French country homes could be the tall second-story windows which can be arched at the top, and which go above the eaves, going through the cornice. This rather unusual design for windows - well-accepted on American French Provincial houses - was modeled following your stately, formal ...
... 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 ...
... of the vines, these are fairly new, not like the old growth you see around Napa or Sonoma. We drove down to San Luis Obispo and decided to get some errands done here, rather than LA. We figured that this would be far less traffic and hassle than LA. So we hit up the Apple Store to get a camera SD chip reader that plugs into the IPad. Mark Rosen had one and showed us. Thanks Mark. This will make transferring pictures to the blog much ...
We spent a lazy morning walking around this friendly and relaxed city. Apparently it's North America's happiest. Everyone was certainly welcoming and helpful, from the volunteers in the (dull) museum to the sales assistants in Banana Republic (was naughty). Even in Abercrombie & Fitch, where all the clothes are not designed for chubbies like me. It was good to have a day like this as the trip up until ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services