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... restaurant where gluten free pasta was available and which we all enjoyed. The following day, Tuesday, we revisited the centre of Carmel for a proper look around and Kate and I purchased t-shirts (hers says "born to be wild" and she can be seen wearing it in her very colourful outfit!). After Carmel we backtracked a bit to visit Monterey where we had a wander around the Fishermens' Wharf and saw some sea lions frolicking in the water ...
... exploring the cute grounds we went inside and I sampled their wines. It was $10 which included however many samples and a glass to keep. Very tasty wine; I ended up buying six bottles.
Finally we made our way back to the beach, only to realize that the beach we (or I) thought was Avila beach was actually Pismo Beach; not a big deal except that we were trying to buy some fresh seafood for dinner and we had read about a pier that sells it which we mistakenly thought ...
A good night sleep at the Best Western, then it was back on the road for Day 2 of driving. We picked up some supplies from the gun mart then drove to Stearn's Wharf, located right on the beach. The wharf is a historic area in Santa Barbara. A few photos, a coffee stop, then a walk along State Street, the main drag. We said our goodbyes to SB, then got on Interstate 101 heading to our overnight destination, Atascadero. For a change of scenery, we decided to try a bed ...
... 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 ...
Day 3 and surf's up. Sort of. An early drive to get us to some small beginners waves at Carpinteria for our 9am lesson provided glorious early morning views of the coast and the ideal place to begin (for the third time) surfing. Amy and Susie setting off goofy (a surfing term but one that may relate to their holiday experience in general) and Hannah and I best foot forward, caught our first waves, in ...
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120 South Vine Street, Paso Robles | 3 star hotelfrom $144
2455 Riverside Avenue, Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $148
2615 Buena Vista Dr., Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $160
1103 Spring Street, Paso Robles | 3 star hotelfrom $160
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1135 Twenty Fourth Street, Paso Robles | Hotelfrom $129
212 Alexa Ct, Paso Robles | 2 star hotelfrom $171
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206 Alexa Court, Paso Robles | 4 star hotelfrom $198
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2552 Old Grove Lane, Paso Robles | 4 star hotelfrom $220