Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... didn't get to capture the views that people normally would. We took a few pics along the way though, at one stop we threw some bread to a sea gull and a couple of little squirrels popped out from under a rock, they came so close to eat the bread they were super cute! As I hadn't driven with the top down we decided to pull over and have it down for part of the drive, it was absolutely freezing, we turned the heater right up ...
... on our heads, the wind howling past our ears and tussling our hair into big knots, but never fear we were determined to ride it out! Plus our good old faithful FBI hats were to the rescue on the hair flying front! Once on the coastline we followed the highway down through a forest and in towards Carmel. Before reaching Carmel we felt the sudden change in temperature when transitioning from driving past the open fields to a large pine plantation. Prior to ...
... passion of travel and collecting great works of art. William started construction of the Castle in 1919, shortly after the death of his father, when he was in his mid fifties. The construction continued for nearly 30 years with brief breaks in construction during the depression and World War II. With each phase of construction or expansion, gathered art and purchased ...
... weekends. I wish we had known, because we did buy $100 worth of wine today. We loved their Petit Syrah and bought 4 bottles. We also bought a bottle of their 2005 MVP Reserve and a bottle of a table red. Why Six bottles??? Because we were going to buy 4, but if you buy 6, you get them all for $99. Kate calls it the "Stimulus Package". It works. It stimulated us to part with our money.
Lastly, we went to Hug. Unlike the others, Hug is not located ...
... out until a much later hour. This would have caused a hiccup for us since we were on somewhat of a packed schedule, and needed to get on up the road by a certain time that evening. It would have been disappointing to have to wait a few hours, just sitting and waiting on a tour. And it wasn't in an area where you could just kill time shopping or sightseeing.
When I try ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Starr Ranch Paso Robles
Other places to stay in Paso Robles
120 South Vine Street, Paso Robles | 3 star hotelfrom $154
2455 Riverside Avenue, Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $134
2615 Buena Vista Dr., Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $147
1103 Spring Street, Paso Robles | 3 star hotelfrom $127
- Nice Hot Tub but Overpriced
- Relaxing Fun at Paso Robles Inn
1135 Twenty Fourth Street, Paso Robles | Hotelfrom $103
212 Alexa Ct, Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $165
- Very nice but pricier than expected
- Great stay
- Excellent Hotel Stay
206 Alexa Court, Paso Robles | 4 star hotelfrom $182
730 Spring Street, Paso Robles | Hotelfrom $50
2552 Old Grove Lane, Paso Robles | 4 star hotelfrom $220