Solaire Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was one of them. It was a true gourmet meal.
After ordering, a gentleman sits down at the table next to us. He is dining alone and we invite him to join us. What a wonderful dinner we had! His name was Bill Baeza, and he is a chiropractor from the San Francisco area. We enjoyed dinner, and we all talked for what was probably two hours. We talked about places we've traveled, our families, our careers, our ...
... went to another ball game to watch a friend play, and then Hannah had dance class. I enjoyed the work with my son and grandson and I was happy that I could make some contribution.
Saturday evening we all drove over to Brandon and Teara's house, where we had a delicious dinner of BBQ chicken and ribs, corn on the cob, salad and french bread. We topped off the evening with banana splits for ...
... Robin and Eric today. It was great to see everyone's faces while we got caught up on the family happenings.
Dinner was a fantastic meal of Rib Eye steaks, baked potato and salad.
We finished the evening watching Ron White on TV doing one of his stand up routines.
All in all, another fantastic day here in Southern California. Life is good.
... to do the trick. Was it better than the Great Ocean Road in south Australia? I couldn't decide. It was longer and possibly more dramatic but I liked he Aussie one so much. You'll just have to try them yourselves. After passing through San Luis Obispo (I must have a look around here. What a name) we eventually arrived at Avila beach where we had booked a two night stay at a hotel that was at the other end of the spectrum compared to last nights stay in a motel at Monterey. ...
... which in our case probably means a grand total of NINE.
Bonna then routed us to the Rancho Guadalupe Dunes Preserve on the ocean a few miles away. We loaded up Aragon and headed out. Went through a lot of great farm land that was being used to grow TONS of food for America. As we got closer to the 'preserve' wind got stronger. As we entered the preserve we saw a sign--NO DOGS--poor Aragon had to go into disguise as a ...