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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beaches and a rock which looked like the Rock of Gilbraltar- the book said that- . Before San Luis we passed the original site of the California National Guard and on the other side of the road were two 'correctional. Centres'. The road took us on the 101 for a bit, but we returned to hwy1 at Pismo. There were palm trees here. We passed Mesa where there are huge sand dunes then again found ourselves in the middle of farming land. Berries ...
... one should really try to miss. Yeah we know. We've all been in wind storms. Blah blah blah. The windstorms you've been in probably didn't include sand particles as fine as flour. The whole thing starts with the temperature going up 10 degrees very rapidly and then comes the wind. And it blows. And it blows. For more than 24 hours it blows. And when we say blow, we mean hard! We clocked gusts up to 42 knots, with pretty consistent winds ...
... I am also sad to leave my 4 babies (kitties and dogs) behind, but know that they will be very well taken care of by my cousin, who is coming to stay with her golden retriever. In fact, I predict they will get more attention when we are gone than from when we are actually here, since we work so much and are sleeping/out the rest of the time.
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... the ocean with the clearest water I've ever seen. The trail then went through a tunnel leading to Partington Cove, a place with an interesting history ranging from being a tanbark hauling dock, to a place where liquor was smuggled in during the prohibition period. Another turn off the trail took us to a small beach covered in various sized granite boulders. I got my feet wet in the creek while Liam built a tower from the boulders. As we trekked back up the hill, I felt like ...
On the 16th September Alan & Linda left Dublin to go on their Honeymoon. Unfortunately on the 6th October Mr & Mrs Blobbie are going to return in their place :-) We just can't avoid getting stuffed every time we go for food. The portions we were served last night at the Mexican would have fed a small army. Tonight wasn't much different at a local seafood ...